There was another piece in The Irish Times today that quoted Anthony Joyce. The well known journalist Conor Pope who is the Consumer Correspondent addresses the issue how to write-off a mortgage in his article below.
Anthony Joyce was interviewed on TV3′s Morning Show to discuss how he got €200,000 written off a client’s mortgage by an Irish Bank.
Here is a clip from the show
The story of our client’s mortgage being written off is continuing to gain interest. Following last Thursday’s RTE Six One News and yesterday’s front page main headline on in The Sunday Independent today Anthony Joyce was interviewed on Newtalk’s Breakfast Show, Today FM’s Ray Darcy Show, which also […]
We have been getting some significant media coverage in Ireland over the past week in relation to a landmark ruling where a mortgage provider Stepstone Mortgages, wrote off a significant amount of a Dublin couple’s mortgage.
This type of case is of great significance to people in Ireland who are […]
Anthony was also interviewed on Today FM’s Ray Darcy Show this morning.
Following Anthony Joyce’s appearance on RTE’s Six One News on Thursday see the video clip here the story about our clients, a Dublin couple getting €200,000 of their mortgage written off has started to help set the news agenda in Ireland in relation to the Irish Banks’ attitude […]
Anthony Joyce was on RTE TV’s Six One News last night discussing how Irish banks are writing-down the mortgages of Irish householders who have got into financial difficult. Here’s a the video.
If you find yourself struggling with your mortgage then it is important to […]
WHAT TYPE ARE YOU?
In Ireland, a general rule is that anybody who purchased a house with the benefit of a mortgage since approximately 2002 / 2003 is in negative equity. These borrowers are all personally liable for the debt. This is why they cannot simply “hand the keys back […]
Comments from the Master of the High Court on the conduct of banks and lenders seeking repayments of mortgages
The conduct of banks and credit institutions has once again come under the spotlight following recent comments by Mr. Edmund Honohan, Master of the High Court.