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The difference between the total payments over the term of the mortgage and the principal sum borrowed is interest.
Interest rates are the price lenders charge for advancing you money.
Interest rates are rising in Europe. Within the Euro area the Benchmark ECB interest rate is now 2.5%. For the past five years this rate was 0%.
We expect rates to continue to rise until inflation gets under control. There are currently some signs of inflation easing but the ECB wants to see it moving back to about 2%. At this point the ECB will bring back its base interest rate to 2%. It is highly unlikely that ECB base rates will go below this in the medium term.
Depositors will also be seeking a better return on their savings and this will feed into a new norm for mortgage rates. We could see some new increases in rates in the short term, hopefully followed by an easing, as inflation subsides and the desire to stimulate investment.
A resolution to the war in Ukraine is very important from a humanitarian perspective and from an international economic standpoint.
In Ireland the huge demand for housing, very high rents, strong availability of money and the extension of government supports will underpin house prices. Rising mortgage costs will inevitably impact affordability and will act to dampen prices, especially if base rates rise sharply in 2023
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Variable rates 90% ltv mortgages from 3.15%.
Available through our partner Haven Mortgages Ltd ( AIB Mortgage Group).
Haven Mortgages have the lowest variable rates on the market .
Haven are also very competitive in the fixed rate mortgage market.
5 year fixed <80% ltv 3.2% ( 2% cash back + monthly cash rebate)
permanenttsb are very expensive.
Cash Back offers are popular with many buyers because they free up cash to assist with home decoration after a purchase. From a longer term perspective cash back offers can prove expensive, if the rates that apply from the lender offering the cash back are not competitive in the medium term. Many buyers take up the cash back offer on the assumption that if the lender does not offer competitive rates in the future they will move, but that assumes that the lending conditions allowing them to move elsewhere are available! It is important to look closely at the APRC when considering mortgage products with cash back incentives.
On 19/02/2020 Ulster Bank announced that they are pulling out of Ireland on a phased basis over number of years. Ulster Bank continue to provide mortgages during this withdrawal period, with the assumption being that a buyer will purchase the business and the existing loan book.
KBC are no longer offering mortgages in Ireland.
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