Mortgage News

New entrants to Mortgage market

Finance Ireland, an Irish based finance company established in 2002, are planning to enter the mortgage market towards the end of the year. » read more


Switching your lender is easier than ever!

We are delighted to announce that you can now switch your mortgage to any to any our lenders and potentially save tens of thousands when switching from expensive standard variable rates. » read more


Help to buy scheme

This is a really attractive incentive for first time buyers. Help to buy scheme for new houses costing up to €500,000. The implications of the new incentive are that you only need to save 5% of the purchase price up to €400,000. On line tax registration is necessary to get your tax rebate! » read more


Central Bank relaxes rules for First time buyer deposits

Relaxation of mortgage rules on deposit requirements is to be welcomed. » read more


New Incentive for First time buyers of up to €20,000

Up to €20,000 tax rebate available for first time buyers who purchased a new home after 19/07/2016 » read more


Haven Mortgages rates down

Haven Mortgages ( Part of Irelands leading Bank AIB) have announced further reducations in their mortgage rates. » read more


Rates Down again

Good news for borrowers as KBC reduce rates ( 2 YEAR FIXED 2.99%) and LTV variable rates now as low as 3.1%. » read more


Contract positions relaxation of rules

Historically, lenders would only consider applications from individuals in permanent employment positions or from very well established self employed applicants. » read more


Permanent tsb reduce rates and start a love your customer campaign!

Permanenttsb have once again declared their intentiona by introducing attractive discounted variable rates. » read more


BoI and Ulster Bank rule out cuts to variable mortgage rates

It seems unlikely that Bank of Ireland will bow to pressure in the short term and reduce variable mortgage rates. » read more