This month the property-watch focused on Central Bank reports that property prices had overshot from 12-26% depending on the model used. This counter to conventional wisdom, so we chatted about this and other topics with Claire Brock, Martin King and Angela Keegan.
We were talking about health insurance, car insurance and credit unions this month on TV3’s personal finance slot. On health insurance in particular we highlighted that you don’t have to go from ‘having cover’ to having zero cover, instead you could opt for the likes of the Hospital Saturday Fund which is a cash plan (pays out on health related spending but isn’t like regular insurance).
Car insurance was also a topic – the new EU ruling will make it illegal to rate men and women differently based on their sex alone from 21st December this year.
Credit Unions were (and are) in the news because of problems they are having. We’ll be back with TV3 next month for more!
We were talking about personal finance coming up to Christmas on The Morning Show with Sybil & Martin last week. Research has shown that between €550 and €900 euro is the average spend, making it a very expensive time of year. We gave the viewers some very simple ideas that should make it a little easier to avoid the new year blues by spending wisely in December!
We were delighted to take part in this months Property Segment on The Morning Show. We were talking about NAMA mortgages and the statistics on lending – are people being refused or not? Martin King and Aisling O’Loughlin were presenting, while Angela Keegan from MyHome and Karl Deeter (from here) were commenting.
Once a month we head over to TV3’s ‘The Morning Show’ to talk with Sybil and Martin about the property and finance markets in an easy to understand manner, this month the topic was NAMA mortgages and household charges.