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All Our Wonderful Opinions

We have a vast amount of knowledge in relation to debts and restructuring and we would like to share with you some of our observations. We would greatly appreciate if you would share and like these blogs posts.

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12th July 2017 @ 12:01 PM

Short Term Arrangements

In this week's article we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of short term arrangements that some lenders may be agreeable to after we negotiate with them on your behalf.

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1st September 2017 @ 10:54 AM

Advantages and Disadvantages of ARAs

There are a lot of options available to our customers in terms of repayment schemes, and there are numerous advantages and disadvantages to these. So let us guide you through some of the Alternative Repayment Arrangements (ARAs).

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Some Recent Restrucutres

Check below for some of our most recent restructures for clients.

The examples of Restructures given on our Website are indicative of some of the resolutions being offered by our clients’ lenders. Each file is assessed on a case-by-case basis some of the given examples may not apply in your current situation

WARNING: YOU MAY STILL HAVE DEBT OUTSTANDING AFTER COMPLETING THE DEBT MANAGEMENT PROCESS

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"Our clients owed an overall amount of €220,000 with arrears of €68,426 on their family home. Having restructured their account, their lender has warehoused €84,500 and customer is making repayments on €135,500. Their lender will reduce the warehoused amount by 5% for every 5 years that the customer stays in the arrangement and will potentially be reduced by approximately €29,575 at the end of the mortgage term."

PM, Louth - November 2016
SPLIT MORTGAGE RESTRUCTURE AND LUMP SUM WAREHOUSED
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"Our client owed an overall amount of €175,000 on their family home. Having restructured their account, their lender has warehoused €73,000 and customer is making repayments on €102,000. Their lender will reduce the warehoused amount by 5% for every 5 years that the customer stays in the arrangement and will potentially be reduced by about €22,000 at the end of the mortgage term."

GB, Drogheda - October 2016
SPLIT MORTGAGE RESTRUCTURE AND LUMP SUM WAREHOUSED
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"Our client came to us with only a small level of Arrears of €5k but his bank had been threatening Legal Proceedings. Today, we had what we feel, was a breakthrough with the notoriously difficult to deal with, PEPPER MORTGAGES/SHORELINE. They were seeking a monthly repayment of €768 and agreed today to accept a more affordable €540 per month.

NC, Louth - May 2017
SPLIT MORTGAGE RESTRUCTURE AND LUMP SUM WAREHOUSED
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"Our client came to us having not paid her mortgage in almost six years. Due to a change in circumstances, she is now in a position to start making repayments and following the submission of her SFS by The Financial Foundation to her lender, they have accepted her offer, capitalising her arrears and she can move forward with a monthly repayment that is working out less than paying rent!"

TM, Louth - January 2017
6 YEARS OF NON-PAYMENT OF MORTGAGE & RESTRUCTURE OFFERED
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"Our clients came to us with Arrears of €65k and facing constant court adjournments. Before the account was restructured, the bank was looking for a monthly payment of €1377 per month. Following an interest rate reduction and term extension, this family of 6 are now safe in their home with a monthly repayment of €652. We're also expecting this case to be struck off by the courts."

DM, Louth - November 2016
MORTGAGE RESTRUCTURE & REPOSSESSION PROCEEDINGS CEASED FOR FAMILY OF 6
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"Our client came to us as he was €21k in arrears and facing repossession of his home. The bank was seeking a payment of €610 per month which our client could not afford. Mortgage has now been restructured to a monthly repayment of €395 and his case is to be struck off with no more pending court dates."

AMcC, Louth - October 2016
MORTGAGE RESTRUCTURE