Mortgage News

Ulster and PTSB move closer to deal

The prospect of an enlarged ptsb is good news for market competition and the recent announcement of a potential purchase of some of Ulster's mortgage and small business loan book sounds like good news. » read more

 

AIB close 15 local branches as customers move online

The digital drive in banking is gathering pace. The closure of some prominent branches by AIB reflects this change in culture » read more

 

New 2.15% 4 year Fixed rate - €250,000 mortgage starting at €846 per month.

Mortgages.ie are delighted to announce a new 2.15% 4 year fixed rate for houses with BER (Building Energy Rating) of between AI and B3. » read more

 

New Finance Ireland rates rank highly on our mortgage calculator

The introduction of 15 and 20 year fixed rates is avery welcome addition to the Irish Mortgage scene. » read more

 

Mortgage protection and High value mortgages

When taking out mortgage protection it is better not to wait until the last minute. We would recommend progressing to arrange cover once you go sale agreed. It is even more important where the mortgage level is high. » read more

 

KBC in talks with Bank of Ireland with a view to exiting the Irish Market

The news that KBC may leave the Irish market is disappointing and surprising. KBC has built up a strong reputation in the market and they have provided important competition, especially in mortgages. » read more

 

Ulster Bank fined €38 million by Central Bank

Ulster Bank, who are in the process of winding down their business, have been fined €38 million in relation to tracker mortgages. » read more

 

€5,000 cash available for switchers on Mortgages over €250,000

Now is a good time to switch » read more

 

Ulster Bank make decision to pull out of Ireland

As expected Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of NatWest Bank in the UK, is pulling out of Ireland, in a phased withdrawal over a number of years. » read more

 

Finance Ireland providing much needed competition

Finance Ireland, a non bank lender, is providing competitive rates and some interesting lending criteria and is an important addition to the Irish Mortgage Landscape » read more