doddl Mortgages Live on TodayFM
Martina Hennessy, MD of doddl mortgages on Today FM with Dermot & Dave discussing Avant Money, a new mortgage provide that has entered the Irish mortgage scene with lowest rate on market.
doddl mortgages are among a select number of intermediaries who are working with Avant Money to bring their products to the consumer. First-Time Buyers, Trading Up or Mortgage Switchers Avant Money offer equal to or best in market rates across their 3, 5 and 7 year fixed rate offerings.
‘AIB said customers on its current variable rate of 2.75pc would save €41 on their monthly repayments if they switched to a green five-year fixed rate of 2.25pc.’
Making Cents: Should you choose a fixed or variable mortgage rate?
In the last three months 75% of all new mortgages were drawn down on fixed rates offering home-buyers security in a time of uncertainty
Making Cents: Overpay your mortgage now, to save later
The savings that can be made by switching your mortgage, the process involved and the benefits of overpayment where a household has the means to do so.
Securing a mortgage in the age of Covid-19
This piece includes information for mortgage applicants on what to expect particularly if they are currently in receipt of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme
The Doddl Mortgage Switcher Index Q2 2020
People who face a future of working remotely could save an average of €28,000 by using their monthly commuting savings to overpay their mortgage according to the latest Irish Independent doddl Mortgage Switching Index.
And mortgage holders taking out increasing popular fixed rates should ensure they can overpay if they have the means to do so…
Switching your lender could shave 10 years off repayments
Many Irish homeowners could shave ten years off their home repayments by switching mortgages and keeping their repayments at the same level.
The average Irish homeowner is needlessly paying an average €3,480 in extra mortgage repayments per year by not switching lenders, the Irish Independent doddl mortgage switching index has found…
How to work up to three weeks less in 2020 by switching your mortgage
Irish home owners could work three weeks less in 2020 by simply switching their current mortgage from the highest rate.
And the process can be less painful than most popular New Year’s resolutions according to a top mortgage switching expert…
The Doddl Mortgage Switcher Index Q3 2019
The average Irish homeowner is needlessly paying an average of €3,498 in extra mortgage repayments per year by not switching lenders, the Q3 Irish Independent doddl mortgage switching index has found.
The spread between the highest and lowest interest rates available on the market has now grown to 2.25% or €291.49 per month…
Can you make mortgage cashback offers work for you
Mortgage cashback offers are often seen as borrowing from yourself over a 30-year-period with interest.
While these tempting offers generally come with higher interest rates, if customers are savvy and understand the overall costs versus benefits of a cashback offer, they can make an informed decision to take advantage of a cash lump sum and switch lenders before they feel the pain…
The Doddl Mortgage Switcher Index
The average Irish homeowner is needlessly paying up to €3,380 in extra mortgage repayments per year by not switching lenders, a new report has found.
The spread between the highest and lowest interest rates available on the market has now grown to 2.2% or €281.63 per month in terms of monthly repayments for an average private dwelling house mortgage…
Doddl reported in the Irish Independent
Thousands of homeowners are needlessly overpaying their banks because of their failure to switch mortgage lender.
The cost to the average mortgage holder has now reached €3,400 a year – a rise of almost €900 since a year ago.
The Irish Independent Mortgage Switcher Index calculated the potential savings, based on the spread between the highest and…
Doddl Interview on RTE Radio One
Doddl Managing Director and mortgage switching expert Martina Hennessy interviewed on RTE Radio One’s Today with Sean O’Rourke show on how the average Irish homeowner is needlessly paying up to €3,380 in extra mortgage repayments per year by not switching lender.