Paying more into your mortgage account than you need to can help you pay less in the long term and could set you up to make underpayments.
Make changes to some details on your current mortgage, maybe change the date your mortgage is paid or the account it is paid from.
We've compiled all the forms and documents you may need, all in one place, to make it easy for you and for any changes regarding your mortgage
In these uncertain times, we are here to back you. Especially when it comes to your home.
If you’re concerned, we are here to help. We have a number of solutions which we can support with you depending on your individual circumstances including:
Support with funding (Personal Loan or Mortgage Top Up subject to affordability) for the portion of costs which are not covered by the Government Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme.
A payment break on your existing mortgage should you need a temporary pause on your mortgage payments. All Mortgage Payment Break requests are subject to approval.
For those customers in financial difficulty, we have a range of additional solutions which we can work with you on to provide you with the support you need.
The important first step is to talk to us if you feel you might need any support with your mortgage. We will listen to your situation and then suggest the next best course of action for you.
To discuss your situation, please contact your local AIB Branch.
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Our practical advice can help you tackle money troubles, improve your financial habits and find the support you need.
AIB has completed a comprehensive review of customer mortgage accounts with regard to tracker rates. The review was conducted in accordance with the Central Bank of Ireland Framework.