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More than half of all mortgage holders in Leinster say that they were not informed by their banks that it was possible to take out mortgage protection cover with a different provider to the bank with whom they secured their mortgage.
Experts at MyMortgages.ie say market developments are signalling an impending explosion in the fixed rate mortgage market in Ireland. KBC is the latest to slash its rates to five year fixed rate to 2.8 percent with Ulster Bank offering a 2.3 percent two year fixed rate and a 3.25 percent fixed rate for seven years. PTSB have also recently dropped its fixed rates to 3.7 percent for existing customers. According to the mortgage brokers, these cuts signal real savings for mortgage holders.
Responding to the recent Banking and Payments Federation Ireland mortgage drawdowns for the second quarter of 2018, Brokers Ireland have stated that the standout figure is a 95.5 percent year-on-year increase in the volume of re-mortgaging/switching, indicating that Irish consumers are getting the message there is value to be had in switching.
The Galway City Council has approved the raising of a loan of €1.5 million for the purpose of granting house purchase and improvement loans in Galway city.
Brokers Ireland says Central Bank mortgage rules should not differentiate between first and subsequent buyers.
So confident is Pat Fleming in making your mortgage application effective, he has trademarked the process as “Right first time”.
St Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union and St Jarlath's Credit Union have announced the return of their joint education loan offering, the CU4Education loan.
More than half (54 per cent) of mortgage holders have not repriced their mortgage protection cover in the last three years, according to findings from a recent survey of 1,000 adults by financial services firm, Clear Financial.
Consumers are being forced to borrow just to meet the cost of their essential household bills, according to new research from Switcher.ie, the independent price comparison and switching service.
While plenty of people might argue that ’30 is the new 20’, does that saying reflect in 20-somethings who want a mortgage of their own?