Ireland is still dealing with legacy issues from the property crash...
The number of Irish mortgages on principal dwellings in arrears has fallen again for the 12th quarter in a row.
According to new figures from the Central Bank, 82,092 accounts remained in arrears at the end of June.
That is a 4.5% decline on the number recorded in March, and it accounts for 11% of all mortgage's on principal homes in Ireland.
At the end of the period, there was a total of 743,700 private residential mortgage accounts for principal dwellings in the country - they had a total value of €100.9bn.
Of the six main lenders in the Irish market, the value of accounts in longer-term arrears of over 360 days amounted to €9.5bn.
Irish banks were still carrying non-performing loans (NPLs) worth more than €50bn at the end of 2015 according to the European Central Bank's (ECB) figures which were released yesterday.
This represents 20% of all bank loans in Ireland - that's well above the average of 7% across the euro zone.