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Irish mortgage drawdowns improve 40% in first quarter

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Irish mortgage lending collapsed following the bursting of a property bubble in 2007.

Dublin

THE value of mortgage drawdowns in Ireland grew 40 per cent year on year in the first quarter, data showed on Thursday, with surging demand likely to put further pressure on house prices currently posting double-digit growth.

Irish mortgage lending collapsed following the

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