Want to get a mortgage in Ireland while living abroad?

Expat buying a home from abroad
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    We will help you to get a mortgage in Ireland – even if you’re still working abroad!

    It is likely if you are reading this that you are one of the many who left Ireland to work abroad. Whether that was through a want to discover the world or out of necessity, you may have plans to return home one day. And part of coming back is finding a place to call home. You might even have an idea of where that place may be. But you’re thinking to yourself that you have to be back home in order to get a mortgage in Ireland.

    Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, there are special mortgage loans available to people just like you. Known as Expat (or Non-Resident) Mortgages, Irish ex-pats working abroad can apply for a mortgage (maximum LTV of 65%) to buy a property (with the choice of renting out the property until you return). As specialists in this field, our team of qualified advisers will at Top Mortgages will do all the hard work.

    The mortgage process itself can be a daunting experience, especially if it’s your first time. Even more so if you’re half way across the world! That is why you need to find someone trustworthy to get the job done. We will conduct the entire process (as well as advise you of all those criteria too) from first contact to the very end. We’ll even source Home and Life Insurance cover for your property!

    How do I start an application?

    At Top Mortgages, we make things simple. We know you don’t have time to be completing lengthy mortgage application forms. You just want to get on with getting approval. All you have to do then is click on ‘Apply Now’ below, leave your contact details and we’ll call you at a suitable time.

    You can also find out the cost of your monthly repayments on an Expat Mortgage by choosing the ‘Calculator’ option. And should you choose to call us, our international number is +353 51 361040 (Mon-Fri 9am – 5.30pm GMT).

    Paul Quinlan

    Paul Quinlan

    Last updated: 5th May 2020