Haven offers mortgages for most types of borrowers, via a panel of approved mortgage brokers (intermediaries) across Ireland.
They offer a range of mortgages with added support from a Haven intermediary who will help you through the mortgage process.
Intermediaries are also known as mortgage brokers. Haven intermediaries search for the right mortgage for you, using their knowledge and experience of different borrowing circumstances. Then, they can guide you smoothly through each step of the borrowing process.
If you have a busy lifestyle or are daunted by the amount of paperwork you’ll need to apply for a mortgage, an intermediary could save you time. Plus, they’ll fill out your forms for you and bat away any potential issues before they arise.
The first step to getting a Haven mortgage is choosing an intermediary. You should ask about any fees they may charge and make sure you’re happy to go ahead.
There are lots of benefits to choosing a Haven mortgage, here are some of them:
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Haven Mortgages Limited, known as Haven, is part of the AIB Group and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
Haven is focused on mortgages alone and offers its products via approved intermediaries.
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Yes, many intermediaries do charge a fee. If there is an administration fee to pay, this should be outlined to you upfront, and is payable when you apply for the mortgage.
Find out more about mortgage intermediaries in our guide, Should you use a mortgage broker?
This depends on a number of factors, including:
Our guide explains more about how much you can borrow or you can refer to your Haven intermediary.
It may be possible to keep your tracker mortgage if you’re moving home, but you’re likely to pay your existing rate plus an additional 1%.
Your Haven intermediary can advise if this is the best solution for you.