Mortgage News

Steve Lavin joins Mortgages.ie as Marketing Executive

Stephen Lavin, an honours Marketing Graduate has joined Mortgages.ie . » read more

 

Life Insurance and Mortgage protection discounts can result in dramatic savings.

In the example below based on a couple, age 50 and 52, we can save them a total of €12,063 over the term of their policy. » read more

 

£3,000 for first time buyers

KBC have introduced a special short term incentive for First time buyers, who probably most likely have been approved elsewhere and are set to close before Christmas. » read more

 

Buying a house Try our new Household budget calculator

Saving for a home requires sacrifice and choice when it comes to spending » read more

 

Help to buy Scheme for first time buyers to be extended

Better value likely in second hand houses as Help to Buy extended. » read more

 

First time buyer mortgages example

Sometimes with all the noise in the home buying area it is difficult to understand just how the process works. As independent mortgage advisors our goal is to make life as easy as possible for the home buyer, while at the same time negotiating the best facilities with lenders at the best rates in the market. » read more

 

Is your Income insured? How would you manage on €10,500 per year?

Income protection insurance is an insurance policy taht pays out up to 75% of your income to you, right up to retirement age , if you are unable to work due to illness or an accident. » read more

 

First time buyers Income exception up to 4 times income available

We are pleased to advise that there a limited number of exceptions for first time buyers requiring up to 4 times income. » read more

 

Mortgage protection Insurance price battle continues

New Ireland have joined the discounters in the drive for new mortgage protection business, although their initial step into this market is to 30/09/2019 only. » read more

 

Negative rate mortgages !

As world interest rates remain historically low, banks in some countries are charging people to take large deposits, a consequence of which is the introduction of negative rate mortgages. » read more