How Much Can I Borrow?
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Most home buyers use a combination of mortgage facilities and savings or help to buy schemes to buy their new home.
First time buyers can take out a mortgage of up to 90% of the purchase price of a home.
Second time buyers can take out a mortgage of up to 80%.
When arranging mortgages we need to satisfy lenders that can comfortably afford the repayments on the mortgage. In this regard we look at evidence of consistent savings and also history of rental payments.
Mortgage Calculator- How much can you borrow?
The normal maximum mortgage level is capped at 3.5 times your gross annual income. For example, if your gross salary is €80,000, the maximum mortgage would be €280,000.
This calculator gives you an estimate of the maximum amount you will be able to borrow.
Currently exceptions above this level are not available.
Calculate how much you can borrow
Enter your details in the calculator to estimate the maximum mortgage you can borrow. After performing the calculation, you can transfer the results to our mortgage comparison calculator where you can compare all the latest mortgage rates.
Costs associated with getting a mortgage
Mortgage adviser fees - Here at Mortgages.ie we do not charge brokerage fees to home buyers
Stamp Duty 1% of the purchase price
Legal Fees €2,500 A typical budget including various taxes and duty
Valuation fees €150
Surveyor fees €400 -Not compulsory but highly recommended
On going costs after you move in
Your mortgage payment
Property tax .18% of the purchase price
Home insurance €35 per month estimate for new 3 bed houses
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