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doddl mortgages featured in The Irish Examiner

Applications for mortgage exceptions expected to surge Have your paperwork at the ready, expert advises, as mortgage exception applications expected to reach record levels Read the article here: Applications for mortgage exceptions are expected to surge to record levels in January as lenders respond

Save €5000 in 2021

How the average household can save over €5,000 per annum by doing three things in 2021 The New Year brings many resolutions one of which for many households is cutting back on household outgoings. Spend your time saving money and look at big ticket items

Financing the purchase of A Fixer Upper

Not sure you can afford to purchase a home and the necessary renovations In these videos Martina discusses how you can obtain the funds needed to purchase your first (or second) home, and also make all the necessary renovations. As the housing market is growing

Looking to take out a mortgage to purchase a new home?

💡Each bank has its own criteria, so it is important to understand what the banks look at when assessing mortgage applications! The 3 main factors are: 1. Income 2. Loan to Value 3. Evidence of repayment capacity 💡Our mortgage specialists want to work with you

doddl mortgages featured in the news nationwide

Great to see The Q3 Doddl Mortgage Switching Index featured nationwide again today highlighting the massive savings that can be made by reviewing your mortgage rate and switching your mortgage 💸 Read more here: Irish Examiner: Irish Mirror: Sunday World Magazine: Belfast Telegraph: Connaught

The Central Bank – Economic Letter

Central Bank of Ireland - Economic Letter 📈 “A review of switching activity in the Irish mortgage market” 💰 61% of eligible switchers could save over €10,000. 💰 13% stand to gain over €30,000 in present-value terms. Read the full report here:

Are Mortgage Lenders Still Offering Exceptions?

Martina Hennessy, MD of doddl mortgages explains the current status of mortgage exceptions in Ireland! Contact us at doddl if you'd like to plan for next year or if you want to know whether you'd be eligible for an exception now, especially if you're sale agreed.