About This Calculator
Use our mortgage calculator to compare mortgage rates from lenders.
Back in 2002, we were the first site to provide a mortgage comparison between lenders in Ireland.
Before this, Irish home buyers did not have access to any comparison information to assist them on their mortgage application journey.
Our Mortgage calculator displays the cheapest mortgage rates and compares the best rates available from our lenders.
Promotional offers including cash back offers are also included in the calculator.
Our business acts as a one-stop-shop for all your mortgage information needs and related life insurance, mortgage protection and home insurance needs.
Our mortgage repayment calculator lets you examine the best mortgage rates available, our life insurance calculator delivers the cheapest mortgage protection and life insurance quotes and our Home insurance scheme through Aviva gives special additional discounts. You can visit our dedicated site lifeinsurance.ie.
Use our mortgage calculator to compare and analyse the various mortgages on offer from Ireland's leading mortgage lenders. Our mortgage repayment calculator searches leading Mortgage lenders for the lowest mortgage rates. The mortgage calculator enables you to analyse the relative merits of competing mortgages over different time horizons including the best value products after five, ten, fifteen years etc, depending on criteria and individual preferences.
Click on a product for further details and analysis including stress testing, interest only repayments and the effect of increasing monthly repayments on reducing the mortgage term.
To learn more please follow this link to our mortgage calculator frequently asked questions.
To view our full range of mortgage calculators visit our Irish mortgage calculator listing page.
To view our life insurance and mortgage protection calculator please click Lifeinsurance and mortgage protection quotes.
If you are serious about receiving the best advice, getting the best deals on mortgages and life insurance, you should always seek impartial advice.