We’re hiring!

Would you like to work with MyMortgages.ie? We have 2 new positions open within our busy team.  Due to the continued growth of our business, we’re looking for Mortgage Administrators to join MyMortgages.ie, one of Ireland’s most active Mortgage Brokers. The positions will be based in our Cork office.


The role of Mortgage Administrator involves:

Management of client applications for residential and residential investment mortgages.

Communication between lending institutions, valuers, clients.

General Administration as required i.e. filing, computer inputting, file upkeep, phone/reception etc.

Facilitating client and key advisor account requirements (solicitors, auctioneers, accountants, etc.).

Submit applications here 

View the full job spec here

Have you had your Mortgage Approval or Mortgage Draw Down refused due to the fact that you are currently in receipt of the Wage Subsidy Scheme or the Pandemic Unemployment Benefit (PUP) due to the Covid-19 pandemic?
MyMortgages.ie are currently securing approval for many people in your situation.
If you would like to talk to Joey about your particular situation complete the form below:

What one of Our Customers who Bought his new Home during the Crisis said:

Hugh Murphy, Ballincollig

‘My wife and I just recently secured a mortgage for a new property via MyMortgages.ie. The team are excellent, very helpful and responsive and made the mortgage application process which can be stressful very straight forward. The team have a vast amount of experience and did an excellent job guiding us through the application process. I would highly recommend Joey, Sinead and the team.’

What the media are saying….

‘The stress is real. And growing’: Wage subsidy recipients with mortgage approval uncertain if they can buy home

Some applicants have been told by their bank they can’t draw down their mortgage if they’re in receipt of the wage subsidy scheme.

Read more on this article in thejournal.ie here.

Bank official stalling on mortgage application citing Covid

Read more on this Q&A Article in the Irish Times here

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