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30-07-2020, 13:28   #2836
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yep, i am prepared for a long wait from reading this thread , it's clear its a long and stressful process! oh, fingers crossed for you!! would like to think you will be in after waiting so so long!
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30-07-2020, 18:47   #2837
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Hi,

We had to get our own engineers report.

He came back with an issue due to the boundary. Approx 1/2 a foot even less of an issue.

Does anyone know how to get original maps of the area and if they will allow us to purchase?

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31-07-2020, 12:34   #2838
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Hi all,
a king of urgent question:
does anyone know if the additional child is born and the house address changed, do these changes of circumstances affect the provisional approval - will the council reject it and require to start from the scratch?
Many thanks!!!
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31-07-2020, 14:45   #2839
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Hi all,
a king of urgent question:
does anyone know if the additional child is born and the house address changed, do these changes of circumstances affect the provisional approval - will the council reject it and require to start from the scratch?
Many thanks!!!

Firstly i assume you mean that your postal address where you live has changed?

I would be letting them know immnediately about your house address change as they may be sending you information in the post.

Once you have AIP these two things wont change it. But let them know about change of address
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31-07-2020, 20:09   #2840
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Hi all, we had had to pull out of a house as my partner is on the PUP as he has been temporarily laid off since May. This meant could not drawn down. This was with PTSB.
We are now going to apply to rebuilding Ireland. I rang the council and they said to put in an application and said it could be based off my income only. I’m the first applicant as I earn more than him.
Has anyone had success with one income and a joint application?
To make things more confusing my partners job filled out his salary cert and said they expect him stay employed with them (even though he has no return to work date).
Any advice is much appreciated!

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31-07-2020, 23:51   #2841
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Firstly i assume you mean that your postal address where you live has changed?

I would be letting them know immnediately about your house address change as they may be sending you information in the post.

Once you have AIP these two things wont change it. But let them know about change of address
Thanks a lot for the answer! I also asked this council and they said this does not change circumstances.
Thanks for advice too.
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04-08-2020, 20:41   #2842
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If you fill in the loan amount on the application form as what the RIHL calculator states you are eligible for & get approved. Then find a house cheaper is this ok or does it make a mess of the application?
Apologies if this is already covered
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04-08-2020, 20:44   #2843
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Don't supppose anyone knows if DCC are accepting apps by post at the moment, and if so what address?
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04-08-2020, 20:58   #2844
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Don't supppose anyone knows if DCC are accepting apps by post at the moment, and if so what address?
I plan on sending mine to the housing loans section in wood quay by registered post. I called in and all offices are closed
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04-08-2020, 21:03   #2845
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I plan on sending mine to the housing loans section in wood quay by registered post. I called in and all offices are closed
That's my thinking, yeah, the only postal address I could find for it was on old documents though so I was a bit nervy -

Dublin City Council,
House Purchase Loan Section,
Block 2, Floor 2,
Civic Offices,
Wood Quay,
Dublin 8
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04-08-2020, 21:50   #2846
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If you fill in the loan amount on the application form as what the RIHL calculator states you are eligible for & get approved. Then find a house cheaper is this ok or does it make a mess of the application?
Apologies if this is already covered
They will give you 90% of the purchase price or the amount you were approved for whichever is the lower. If you get approved for 180k and buy somewhere for 150k they will only give you 135k where if you buy for 250k they will give the full 180k.
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05-08-2020, 10:44   #2847
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That's my thinking, yeah, the only postal address I could find for it was on old documents though so I was a bit nervy -

Dublin City Council,
House Purchase Loan Section,
Block 2, Floor 2,
Civic Offices,
Wood Quay,
Dublin 8
This is the correct address - I've sent documents into them recently. I put Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Section, Housing Department as the addressee and it got to them no problem.
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06-08-2020, 08:46   #2848
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Hi,

Does anyone know what this means ‘Your application has now been sent to the county solicitors’

I don’t want to keep annoying the poor girl in housing.

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07-08-2020, 10:00   #2849
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Does anyone know what this means ‘Your application has now been sent to the county solicitors’

I don’t want to keep annoying the poor girl in housing.

Cheese puffs
When we went through this they sent it to the legal department before releasing the funds, so hopefully you are around that stage of the process
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Sending back the acceptance letter for the loan offer today along with the dreaded mpi form. Fingers crossed it goes without a hitch.
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