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How Irish homeowners could save €3,600 a year by making mortgage switch – all your questions answered about making the move

According to MyMortgages.ie research, the ‘average’ borrower could save between €40,000 and €100,000 over the lifetime of their mortgage by moving to another lender

By Fiona Ellis   30 November 2017

MyMortgages.ie Dublin Cork

According to the company’s research, the “average” borrower could save between €40,000 and €100,000 over the lifetime of their mortgage by moving to another lender.

Joey Sheahan, Head of Credit with MyMortgages.ie said: “A mortgage is most people’s biggest monthly expenditure and yet it’s something that people don’t pay enough attention to when it comes to getting the best value on the market.
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Looser Central Bank rules, generous Help to Buy grants for first-time buyers – but trader uppers are being left out in the cold


Property purchasers struggling to save more than a 10% deposit should remember that there are ways to get exempted from the rule.

MyMortgages.ie Dublin Cork

 

Some 14 months on from the introduction of the oft-discussed and much-maligned mortgage lending rules, they certainly seem to be having an impact.

Mortgage approvals have slumped 15 per cent in the three months to the end of February, compared with the same period a year earlier. However, industry players say this is not down to the rules alone. Approvals rocketed ahead of their introduction, so looking year-on-year may not be a fair comparison.

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MyMortgages.ie Dublin Cork

MORTGAGE brokers MyMortgages.ie have said that despite the Central Banks recent efforts to highlight the benefits of mortgage switching to consumers, the majority holders remain unaware of the potential savings that exist and of their eligibility to switch lenders.

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