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Mortgage Requirement Packs

Details: Existing Mortgage Customer – Borrower or Security Amendments. If you are an existing Bank of Ireland Mortgage customer, from time to time, you may wish to make some changes to your mortgage account. Please select the option below applicable to your request where you will find the required forms. Request to add a borrower

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Switcher Mortgage

Details: The High Value Mortgage fixed interest rate is available to you if you are buying or building a property to live in as your home or are switching your mortgage loan to the Bank of Ireland Group from another mortgage lender outside our Group, AND you are borrowing €300,000 or more, AND you draw down your new mortgage loan between 18 July 2019

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Mobile Mortgage Manager Specialist Bank of Ireland

Details: The mortgage manager team have been my beacon of light in the midst of all of this. The Mobile Mortgage Managers are hugely personable, pragmatic, efficient and caring and an absolute joy to deal with – consistently going the extra nine yards to …

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Existing Customer

Details: You can raise any query about your existing mortgage account with a mortgage adviser in your bank of Ireland branch, call us on 01 6113333, or alternatively write to us at the following address (make sure to quote your mortgage account number): Mortgage Accounts Administration. Bank of Ireland Mortgages. PO Box 13298.

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Interest Rate Options Mortgage Articles Bank of Ireland

Details: A typical mortgage to buy your home of €100,000 over 20 years with 240 monthly instalments costs €615.79 per month at 4.2% variable (Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) 4.3%). APRC includes €150 valuation fee and mortgage charge of €175 paid to the Property Registration Authority. The total amount you pay is €148,114.60.

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Mortgage language made simple

Details: Mortgage language made simple. Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC): The APRC is a calculation of the overall cost of a loan expressed as an annual rate. It takes into account all costs involved over the term of the loan, such as the interest rate, valuation fee and mortgage charge paid to the Property Registration Authority.

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Documentation Checklist

Details: Mortgage Documentation Checklist. Here is a list of the key documents you will need to provide for your mortgage application. Ideally you should bring these documents with you when you meet us. If you are making a joint application, documents will be required for each borrower. Click here.

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Mortgage Myths Busted

Details: BUSTED: Mortgage applications are assessed on a case by case basis and being an existing customer of a mortgage provider will not make you any more or less likely to receive mortgage approval. Existing customers do not receive more favourable mortgage agreements either, so that’s two myths busted for the price of one.

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Cashback Plus Mortgage Bank of Ireland

Details: 2% cashback payment will be 2% of the amount you borrow under your mortgage loan offer letter. The payment will be made into your mortgage-paying current account within 45 days of drawdown of your mortgage. The 1% cashback payment at the end of year 5 is 1% of the mortgage loan amount you originally drew down.

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Mortgage Checklist

Details: Mortgage Checklist. Here is a list of the key documents you will need to provide for your mortgage application. Ideally you should bring these documents with you when you meet us. If you are making a joint application, documents will be required for each borrower. Click here.

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Mortgage Myths Busted

Details: Check out our top 9 mortgage myths busted. Myth 3: It costs more to buy than rent This isn’t necessarily true. The most recent Daft rental report covering the second quarter of 2018 showed that the average rent nationally was €1,304, up 12.4 per cent on the same quarter in 2017.

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What is the Mortgage Process Bank of Ireland

Details: First Time Buyers can apply for a mortgage of up to 90% of the value of a property, which means saving at least 10% of the purchase price. If you need guidance on putting a savings plan in place to reach your deposit, we’ll be happy to help. Remember to also set money aside for expenses like stamp duty, legal fees, insurance and life cover.

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New Build Mortgages Bank of Ireland

Details: The Self-Build Mortgage: the DIY approach. A self-build can be daunting but with the right support, it can lead to your dream home. There are a couple of ways to manage it. Talk to us today on 0818 365 345 or Find out more. See more content ›.

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Request a Call Back

Details: Request a Call Back - Bank of Ireland. Payment Break Form. Request a Call Back. Please call me to discuss extending the term of my mortgage. Please fill in …

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Getting Mortgage Ready

Details: A typical mortgage to buy your home of €100,000 over 20 years with 240 monthly instalments costs €615.79 per month at 4.2% variable (Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) 4.3%). APRC includes €150 valuation fee and mortgage charge of €175 paid to the Property Registration Authority. The total amount you pay is €148,114.60.

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How to Get Mortgage Ready

Details: A mortgage is a huge loan, so lenders will need to know about your work history and your level of regular dependable income. If you're self-employed, most lenders will need to see your last two years’ certified/audited accounts, your accountant's or auditor's written confirmation that your personal/business tax affairs (PAYE/PRSI/VAT) are up

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Renting or Buying Coming to Ireland Bank of Ireland

Details: Renting or Buying. Once you’ve made the decision to come to Ireland, you’ll need to find somewhere to live. Renting may be an option, but if you’re looking to buy your own home, we can help you find a mortgage that’s right for you. We can approve in principle a mortgage amount, even before you have chosen a suitable property.

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First Time Buyer Mortgage Calculator

Details: Mortgage approval is subject to assessment of suitability and affordability. You mortgage your property to secure the loan. We require property and life insurance. Maximum loan is generally 3.5 times gross annual income and 80% of the property value (90% of the property value for first time buyers, 70% of the full property value for Buy to Let

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Application Process

Details: You can draw down your Mortgage in stages and we will issue the funds to your solicitor. 6. Final Stage payment. When the house is complete, your valuer can issue a final valuation and send this along with a certificate of compliance and cheque requisition from your solicitor to receive the final stage payment (usually 10% of the loan)

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Application Process

Details: Application Process. As steps in life go, buying a home is certainly one of the big ones. But if you know what’s involved in the mortgage process, you can see it instead as a number of small, easily-managed steps.

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Mortgage Flexi-Options

Details: Mortgage Flexi-Options. At Bank of Ireland, we’re with you through your mortgage journey, with solutions designed to suit you – from the time you start saving for your deposit, when you’re ready to buy, and throughout the life of your mortgage. So whether you’ve recently taken out your mortgage or you have it for a while, we want to

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Mortgage Closing Process

Details: Strictly speaking, the process of closing your mortgage only starts on the day you complete the purchase of your new home. On your completion day, your solicitor helps to arrange drawdown of your mortgage funds (the amount shown in your Letter of Offer) and buys the property on your behalf. The funds are sent to the seller’s solicitor and

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Mortgage Checklist

Details: Mortgage Documents Checklist. Here is a list of the key documents you will need to provide for your mortgage application. Ideally you should bring these documents with you when you meet us. If you are making a joint application, documents will be required for each borrower. Click here.

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Rate Comparison Mortgage Calculator Bank of Ireland

Details: You should keep your mortgage arrangements under review as there may be other options that could provide you with savings. We will be happy to provide you (or your legal representative) with the interest rate we currently charge you on your mortgage loan along with our other rates available to you for comparison.

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First Time Buyer Mortgage

Details: Mortgage amount (90% of €250,000) €225,000. Deposit required (10% of €250,000) €25,000. If you’re buying with someone else you must both be first time buyers for the mortgage to be considered a first-time buyer mortgage. Terms of up to 35 years are available to first-time buyers (to maximum age 70).

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Why choose Bank of Ireland

Details: We can go through your application from end to end with you over the phone. Call us on 0818 812 365 – available Mon – Fri 9am –5pm. 5. Easy-to-start mortgage application. You can start your mortgage application online in minutes. 6. Mortgage Flexi-Options. Have a look at how you can flex your mortgage to suit your lifestyle with our Flexi

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Steps to Buying a House

Details: 5: Get mortgage approval. Once your deposit is saved and all your paperwork is in order you’re ready to apply for a mortgage. Once your loan is approved and you have a fully underwritten Approval in Principle, you can start property shopping for real.

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How to Save for a Mortgage

Details: For more information on getting mortgage ready and top tips, signup to get your First Time Buyer e-book today. in First Time Buyer | Last updated 21 May 2019. Mortgage Process Planning Expert Advice. Talk to us on 0818 200 429 or Find out more.

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First Time Buyer Mortgages Campaign Bank of Ireland

Details: 2. when you draw down your first time buyer mortgage. Save a minimum of €200 to a maximum of €2,500 a month by Direct Debit. Use the money in your MortgageSaver to help buy your first home. Bonus interest of €2,000 (less DIRT) when you have €5,000 or more saved in your MortgageSaver account. Apply now.

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Buying your first home

Details: A typical mortgage to buy your home of €100,000 over 20 years with 240 monthly instalments costs €615.79 per month at 4.2% variable (Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) 4.3%). APRC includes €150 valuation fee and mortgage charge of €175 paid to the Property Registration Authority. The total amount you pay is €148,114.60.

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The impact of COVID-19 on your protection policy – FAQs

Details: Pop into a local branch or a mobile mortgage manager can come to you. Book an appointment. Call us on 0818 365 345 Speak with one of our lending specialists Mon to Fri 9am-5pm. Call us. Bank of Ireland Group plc is a public limited company incorporated in Ireland, with its registered office at 40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4 and registered number

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Mortgages – Bank of Ireland

Details: Personal Banking. Mortgages – Bank of Ireland. Mortgages – Bank of Ireland.

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Personal Banking Bank of Ireland

Details: Looking for different ways to bank with us, find out what you need to know. Open personal current account. Apply for mortgage, loan, credit card & more.

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Account Amendments

Details: The cover must be up until maturity date and balance of mortgage currently. You need to notify your policy provider and Bank of Ireland Mortgages of any changes. A new deed of assignment will need to be filled out. If you have further questions please call Customer Relationship Unit on 01 6113333. Borrower or Security Amendments.

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Top Tips for Home Buyers

Details: Pop into a local branch or a mobile mortgage manager can come to you. Book an appointment. Call us on 0818 365 345 Speak with one of our lending specialists Mon to Fri 9am-5pm. Call us. Bank of Ireland Group plc is a public limited company incorporated in Ireland, with its registered office at 40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4 and registered number

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Saving for a Mortgage

Details: Saving for a deposit is one of the first steps towards getting a mortgage and can be one of the most daunting. Getting started can be intimidating as you consider the scale of the total amount that you’re looking to save but breaking the process down into more manageable chunks can make things easier so that you can achieve your savings goals.

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First Time Buyer Mistakes

Details: Mortgage repayments need to be paid on time, in full every month, which is why lenders go to such lengths to understand your financial history and income. If you've fallen into rent arrears or struggled to show you can save regularly then you'll need to take control of your finances before applying for a mortgage so that you can avoid this

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Why choose Bank of Ireland

Details: 5. Easy-to-start mortgage application. You can start your Mortgage Application online in minutes or we can go through your application from end to end with you over the phone. Call us on 0818 365 850 - available Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. 6. Mortgage Flexi-Options. Have a look at how you can flex your mortgage to suit your lifestyle with our Flexi-options.

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MortgageSaver Account Deposit Guarantee Scheme BOI

Details: The DGS is a scheme established under Irish and European legislation to protect depositors in the event of a bank, building society, credit union or credit institution authorised in Ireland being unable to repay deposits (e.g. where a liquidator has been appointed). The DGS is administered by the Central Bank of Ireland and is funded by the

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