What kind of mortgage are you looking for?
Here’s why you should use the free mortgage broker service from bonkers.ie
At bonkers.ie, we work with all of the major mortgage lenders in Ireland, meaning we can offer you the widest range of options and competitive rates that are tailored to your needs.
We have a team of experienced mortgage professionals who will guide you through your options, making sure you are up to speed and ready to proceed with your mortgage.
Whether you're a first-time buyer, moving home, or looking to switch your mortgage, we take the hassle out of applying for a mortgage and get you on your way to your ideal home.
Is bonkers.ie really free?
Yes, our mortgage broker service is 100% free!
We have fostered commercial deals with Ireland’s leading mortgage lenders, meaning that we receive a commission if you choose to switch or apply for your mortgage on our site.
This is a fee that comes directly from the lender and does not impact your mortgage cost or payments.
As we are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, you can trust that all the information you see is accurate and up-to-date.
Find the best rates from Ireland’s top mortgage lenders
Our new mortgage service lets you find the best rates from Ireland’s leading mortgage lenders. Best of all, it’s free, easy-to-use, and impartial.
After you have found a mortgage that suits your needs, enter your details and arrange a callback with our mortgage support team.
They will be with you every step of the way, from application to mortgage drawdown.
Bonkers Money Limited, trading as bonkers.ie, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
This reflects our continued commitment to providing independent, impartial, and accurate information and services.
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