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Mortgage News – What’s New?

Mortgage News – What’s New?

Mortgage News - What's New? Mortgage Interest Rates In the last six weeks we have seen rate changes from six lenders with rates now starting from a competitive 3.45%. The gap between rates is a record high with lowest rate starting at 3.45% and going right up to...

Will mortgage interest rates in Ireland fall in 2024?

Will mortgage interest rates in Ireland fall in 2024?

Mortgage interest rates in Ireland are constantly in flux, making the prediction for their future direction a challenging task. While there is sense of optimism that rates may start to fall the big question is when and by how much. For those in the process of applying...

Boost your chances of becoming a homeowner in 2024

Boost your chances of becoming a homeowner in 2024

Buying a home in 2024 – three ways to boost your chances of becoming a homeowner in 2024 Demand from first time buyers is at an all time high with over 30,000 mortgage applications approved in 2023. Looking at some stats, the median age of a first-time buyer is now 35...

Top tips for buying a house in 2024

Top tips for buying a house in 2024

Planning on buying a home in 2024 – these are the figures you need to know New year is a time for new resolutions and is also the busiest time for enquiries from mortgage applicants. Last year saw record numbers of first time buyers securing mortgage approval with...

Irish Independent doddl.ie Mortgage Switching Index

Irish Independent doddl.ie Mortgage Switching Index

Householders rolling off fixed rates could be needlessly overpaying almost €16,000 in the next three years on the average mortgage if they do not make the right choice about their next move, an expert has warned.

Homeowners urged to act now to avoid mortgage repayment hikes

Homeowners urged to act now to avoid mortgage repayment hikes

We highlight the significant savings that can be made by switching your mortgage and also look at whether those on short term fixed rates should look to break out of their fixed rate and lock into a longer term fixed rate in anticipation of expected rate increases.

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