Choosing The Right Place To Get Your Mortgage

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21 Nov 2019

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Choosing the right place to get your mortgage will be the first big decision on your home buying journey. What you need is a bank that’s on your side, that knows buying a house is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make and is there to help you through your mortgage application journey.

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Speak to an expert

The first thing you’ll want to do is speak to an expert. When you need legal advice or a medical opinion, you head straight for someone in the know and your mortgage should be no different. At AIB we have a team in place that will meet you face-to-face and set you on the right track

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Why AIB?

It’s so important to look out for a bank that has facilities that are genuinely helpful. AIB offers extras that will make your life easier. These include the AIB MyMortgage App, flexible mortgage offerings, 12 month approval in principle, AND we give you breathing room through a deferred start* to paying your mortgage so that you can buy furniture for your new home. Not all mortgages are created equal and AIB will provide one that works especially for you, with fixed rate interest rates as low as 2.50%, and variable rates starting from 2.75%.

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Why we make it easier

Finally, AIB makes things easy for you. We have introduced the AIB MyMortgage App, where you’ll find a simple to use platform that you can use to upload all your documents, receive status updates and avoid delays




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Book an appointment with one of our Mortgage Advisors today and start your mortgage journey.


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*New owner occupier mortgages only. Repayments will increase over the remaining loan term. Excludes movers in negative equity and self builds.

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is an authorised agent and servicer of AIB Mortgage Bank in relation to the origination and servicing of mortgage loans and mortgages. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. and AIB Mortgage Bank are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. 

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