Bank of Ireland 1 Year Fixed LTV <=60% Mortgage
Receive 2% of your new mortgage back in cash.
If you are a First Time Buyer, Mover or Switching your Mortgage to Bank of Ireland and are a Bank of Ireland current account customer, get an additional 1% of the original mortgage amount as Cashback after 5 years (subject to meeting the terms of the mortgage). Drawdown between 5th September 2016 and 31st December 2018. Terms and Conditions apply.
A fee charged when you request your mortgage provider to supply additional copies of your mortgage contract or statement of interest.
This fee only applies to fixed rate mortgages. This is a charge incurred when you make a payment towards the balance of your mortgage. This is sometimes referred to as a breakage charge.
A fee charged at the end of a mortgage when you’ve paid the balance in full to release the deeds to your property and remove the bank’s claim on them.
If you do not pay us a repayment instalment or other sum of money by the date you are due to pay it, we may charge you a default interest rate of 0.5% per month or part of a month (which is 6% per year) on the unpaid sum. this default interest is added to normal interest. we do not charge borrowers default interest when they are in a mortgage arrears resolution process under the central bank’s code of conduct on mortgage arrears and are co-operating reasonably and honestly with us.
You will need to pay legal fees to your own solicitor, which you need to agree with him or her as part of your own arrangement. this does not include costs associated with the bank’s legal investigation of title for the purpose of the mortgage. accountable trust receipt: €63. you will need to pay this fee where your solicitor requests the title deeds from the bank on your behalf. this fee does not apply where a customer seeks additional funds on the same security. security perfection fee for equity release: €400. this fee covers the bank’s legal expenses where the bank agrees to handle an equity release loan without the need for a customer to engage his/her own solicitor. the following additional costs will be payable by the borrower for buy to let properties and principal dwelling housing where the loan amount is €1.5 million or over. 1. the borrower must reimburse the bank for the legal costs incurred by the lender in effecting the lender’s security and related tasks (excluding costs associated with the bank’s legal investigation of title for the purpose of the mortgage); 2. the outlay and fees payable to state agencies for the registration of the lender’s security, which must be remitted to the borrower’s solicitor. the lender’s legal costs to be reimbursed by the borrower are the following: a) the lender’s solicitor’s professional fee of €950 plus value added tax per property b) outlay and fees payable to state agencies for the registration of the lender’s security which shall not exceed €350 per property. the lender’s legal costs, once paid by the borrower, are not refundable. typically these must be paid at the closing of the transaction. you may be liable for legal, valuation and other costs incurred in perfecting the security or any other requirements even if the mortgage loan is not advanced.
The cost of your monthly repayments may increase. If you do not keep up your repayments you may lose your home.
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