Whether you’re a first time buyer, moving home or remortgaging, our guides cover everything you need to know, and can help you make the biggest savings.
Your complete guide to mortgages in Ireland
Whether you’re buying your first home, switching mortgages, or moving, this guide has everything you need to help you prepare. Here’s how the mortgage process works from start to finish.
How to switch to a better mortgage deal
Switching your mortgage could save you thousands of euro in interest, or help you reduce your loan term. Here’s how to find the best switcher mortgage.
How much can I borrow mortgage calculator
You can use our free mortgage calculator to work out how much you might be able to borrow from mortgage lenders in Ireland.
What insurance do you need with your mortgage?
Getting the right insurance to protect you and your home financially is vital. Here’s the insurance you need, and other types also worth considering.
Should you use a mortgage broker in Ireland?
If you’re on the hunt for a new mortgage, finding the right deal can be tricky. Here’s how the right mortgage broker could save you time and money.
A guide to self build mortgages in Ireland
If you dream of building your own home, a self build mortgage could help make it a reality. Here’s how they work, how much you can borrow, and what insurance you need.
How do mortgage deposits in Ireland work?
Before you can get a mortgage to buy a home in Ireland you’ll need a deposit. Here’s how they work and how much you’ll need to have saved.
Your moving house checklist
Moving home can be a difficult juggling act. Our house move checklist can guide you through the steps to make your move stress-free and simple.
How does stamp duty work in Ireland?
When you buy a home in Ireland you’ll have to pay a tax called stamp duty. Here’s how stamp duty works and how much it’ll cost you.
How to get a mortgage if you have bad credit
Getting on the property ladder with a poor credit history can be tough. Here are some ways to improve your chances of getting a mortgage with bad credit.
How to get a mortgage if you’re self employed
If you run your own business or work for yourself, proving your income and getting a mortgage can sometimes be tricky. Here’s what you need to know about getting a mortgage when you’re self employed.
How to prepare for a mortgage application
The right preparation can significantly improve your chances of being approved for a mortgage. Here are 7 steps to help you prepare for a mortgage application.
The best places to work from home in Ireland
Working from home has become the new normal for many, we look at the best places to work from home in Ireland.
Mortgage calculators Ireland
You can use our free online mortgage calculators to estimate your mortgage repayments, work out how much you can borrow and calculate your stamp duty bill.
Should you get an interest only mortgage?
An interest only mortgage could be a more affordable way to buy a property in Ireland. Here’s how they work and what you need to know before you apply.
Should you overpay your mortgage?
Overpaying your mortgage could save you thousands of euro in interest, and help pay off your balance years earlier. Here’s how to overpay and how much you could save.
Top 10 towns and cities in Ireland for tech lovers
The importance of technology is continually growing, we look into the best places to live in Ireland if you are a technology lover.
Should you choose a cashback mortgage?
Buying a property can drain your finances, so taking out a cashback mortgage could provide a cash boost when you need it most. Here’s all you need to know about cashback mortgages in Ireland.
How to get a mortgage Approval in Principle in Ireland
Getting a mortgage approval in principle is a step closer to buying your new home or remortgaging. Here’s how to apply and what to do if you’re not approved.
Warning: If you do not keep up your repayments you may lose your home.Warning: The cost of your monthly repayments may increase.Warning: You may have to pay charges if you pay off a fixed rate loan early.Warning: If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.Warning: The entire amount that you have borrowed will still be outstanding at the end of the interest-only period.The payment rates on this housing loan may be adjusted by the lender from time to time. (applies to variable rate loans only)Information provided and Interest rates quoted valid at 18/01/2022