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Good news on mortgage rates!

After two years of interest hikes, Irish mortgage rates look like they have turned a corner with all of the lenders in the market announcing rate cuts in the last 6 weeks. With the EBC strongly expected to announce interest rate cuts in June, Irish banks have not hung around, with something of a price

By |2024-05-30T14:27:15+00:00May 30th, 2024|Mortgages|Comments Off on Good news on mortgage rates!

How does an Investment Account work?

We have previously covered savings accounts, for long term savings. In this article, we highlight Regular Saver Investment accounts as they are very attractive and easy to set up. To get started, simply follow these steps: Set up a Direct Debit amount and date. Choose your investment fund or funds. Your monthly savings go into

By |2024-05-30T14:47:23+00:00February 27th, 2024|Investment|Comments Off on How does an Investment Account work?

Switcher Mortgages in Ireland

SWITCHER MORTGAGES What is a switcher mortgage, Why would I switch and How do I switch?.... All questions that as a mortgage broker we hear on a regular basis. While financial jargon terrifies most people, Switcher Mortgages are nothing to be scared of. In fact they are great for an awful lot of home owners.

By |2021-11-29T10:32:08+00:00November 26th, 2021|Mortgages|Comments Off on Switcher Mortgages in Ireland

Getting a Mortgage in Ireland

A short guide to getting a mortgage. 3 main factors, in how much you can borrow to buy a home in Ireland: - Your income - Your deposit (savings etc) - Your ability to repay it every month (existing rent & savings) https://youtu.be/P-0zxII42lY We are an independent financial advisor and mortgage broker in Dublin, offering

By |2021-11-18T17:40:47+00:00November 18th, 2021|Mortgages|Comments Off on Getting a Mortgage in Ireland

How will I ever have enough money in my pension? The Snowball Effect

Here we look at the challenge of saving enough into your pension for it to be worthwhile. For anyone that missed part one– what is a pension & why do I need one, click here. The thought of building a pension fund big enough to make a meaningful difference to your income when you retire

By |2024-02-27T20:51:41+00:00February 22nd, 2021|Investment, Pensions|Comments Off on How will I ever have enough money in my pension? The Snowball Effect
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