Irish Sun: We over pay €3.5K a year on mortgages

Irish homeowners are overpaying by an average of €3,480 on yearly mortgage repayments. Due to a large number of homeowners failing to change lenders to get a better deal.                                                                                                                                       A mortgage price war with AIB is raging. After rival banks KBC and Ulster bank also revealed reductions.                                                                                                                       Joey Sheahan expects things to heat up this year.

You can read more from the article here –

Irish Construction Industry Magazine: Strong Upward For Housing

Posted on 17Jul

The CSO Quarter 1 2019 new dwellings completion report confirms a strong upward trend across all housing construction activity data sets.

“While it is important to continue our efforts to ensure that this trend is maintained and even further improved, it is encouraging to see today’s results,” says Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy.

“In order to properly address homelessness” he continues, “affordability and the challenges in housing, we need to fix supply. These numbers show that this is happening.

Read More

Irish Independent:Your Questions-I need travel insurance but I am worried about a pre-existing condition

Posted on 14May

By Charlie Weston Read More

The Times (Ireland) “Ireland’s serial switchers play the mortgage cashback game”

Posted on 08May

Eithne Dunne – Money

Read More

RSVP: How people can save more than €3000 a year on their mortgage

Posted on 05Feb

Press ahead if you’re in the market for a new mortgage

Posted on 14Nov
Sunday Independent,  11 Nov 2018
Rates are still too high, but playing the waiting game is unlikely to reap rewards, writes John Cradden


Read More

My mortgage is fixed – but can I still switch?

Posted on 22Aug
The answer is yes, but if you are faced with a penalty, the decision on whether or not you switch to a lower cost product will depend on how much you will save by doing so

Read More

Irish mortgage customers pay extra €188 a month compared to other Eurozone countries

Posted on 13Aug

Home economics: Sinead Ryan answers your property questions

Posted on 28May

Making Cents: Opportunities knock in the mortgage market

Posted on 22May

Read More

Back to Top