Remortgage your current home
Remortgages are used for many purposes. For example, home owners may want to reduce their monthly payments. Others may want to consolidate debts into a single monthly repayment. As one of Ireland’s leading mortgage brokers we’re here to help guide you through your remortgage.
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Enjoy the Savings
Find out how much you could save in interest with a home remortgage using our online remortgage calculator. The form is quick to complete and you get a saving within seconds!
Your Mortgage Results
Based on the details provided, you could avail of a mortgage of up to:
Max mortgage allowed
Benefits Of using a mortgage broker
A mortgage advisor is ready to guide you through the steps to remortgaging your house, with our commitment in keeping you informed of the process from start to finish. Using our remortgage services and professional help, your application should be smooth and super easy.
of your mortgage in short term debt
Remortgage jargon buster
We explain the most common jargon terms used when talking about remortgages in plain simple to understand language.
You can borrow up to 90% of the property’s current market value or purchase price.
You can consolidate other personal loans, credit union loans, credit card debt and even your car loan.
The total must be less than or equal to €40,000
AIP is short for Approval in Principle.
Its a non legally binding opinion from our first conversation about your finances to give you an indication of how much you might be able to borrow for a property.
LTV is short for Loan to Value. This is the amount of money you can borrow based on the current price of the property.
A remortgage applicant can borrow up to 90% of the value of a property.
The standard variable rate is the main mortgage rate charged by your lender. It is the long term rate of interest that your mortgage will switch to once your introductory fixed rate period has ended.
A variable rate mortgage means your monthly repayments can go up aswell as down based on European interest rates and your mortgage lender.
Stay informed with our remortgage guides on how to select the best mortgage that’s right for you and your financial situation.