We have a thread for Residential Mortgages here
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=44532&start=90
So now we have one for BTLs.
BTL Mortgage Arrears, Restructures and Repossessions
Q3 2012 figures out today for BTLs for the first time.
centralbank.ie/polstats/stat … istics.pdf
Outstanding:
Total BTL mortgage loan accounts outstanding  at end of Q3 2012 149,952 (Q2 2012 150,187)
Arrears:
Total BTL mortgage arrears cases outstanding  at end of Q3 2012 which are:
 In arrears 91 to 180 days 4,942 (Q2 2012 5,039)
 In arrears over 180 days 21,828 (Q2 2012 19,840)
of which  In arrears 181 to 360 days 6,976 (Q2 2012 Not provided)
 In arrears 261 to 720 days 8,224 (Q2 2012 Not provided)
 In arrears over 720 days 6,628 (Q2 2012 Not provided)
Total BTL arrears cases over 90 days outstanding 26,770 (Q2 2012 24,879)
% of loan accounts in arrears for more than 90 days 17.9% (Q2 2012 16.6%)
Repossesions:
BTL properties in possession  at end of Q3 2012 414 (Q2 2012 378)

of which BTL properties repossessed on foot of an Order to date in 2012 Not provided
(Q1 Unknown, Q2 Unknown, Q3 28) 
of which Residential properties repossessed on foot of an Order in 2011 Not provided

of which Residential properties voluntarily surrendered/abandoned to date in 2012 Not provided
(Q1 Unknown, Q2 Unknown, Q3 46) 
of which Residential properties voluntarily surrendered/abandoned in 2011 Not provided
Restructured Mortgages:
Total outstanding classified as restructured  at end of Q3 2012 22,553 (Q2 2012 21,671)
 of which are not in arrears 14,275 or 63.3% (Q2 2012 11,088 or 51.2%)
So we can see:
 Arrears jumped from 16.6% to 17.9%
 Restructured mortgages, NOT in arrears, jumped from 51.2% to 63.3%