Moving Home

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Now that you have found your dream home and decided to move up the property ladder the next step is to secure the finance. When moving home, it is important that you search the market for the best possible mortgage offer and not just remain with your current lender as they are often restricted in what they can offer you. When moving home, IrelandMortgages.com always recommend that you take independent financial advice as this will give you peace of mind in knowing that you have made the right choice to suit your requirements. Our experts have many years of experience in dealing with trading up mortgages.

Our Mortgage Advisors are experts when it comes to dealing with mortgage lenders and they will negotiate with lenders to get you the best possible deal for your trading up mortgage. They will liaise with the lender throughout the mortgage application to ensure all requirements are met to secure cheque issue as promptly as possible.

Moving Home

  • 2% Cash back on mortgage loan
  • Up to 90% Loan to Value
  • Rates from 2.3%*
  • Lower LTV rates apply**
  • Up to 35 year term
  • 25% off Home Insurance for the first year

** rate applicable to current account mortgage

** loan to value (if you borrow less than 60%-80% the value of the property, you qualify for  much lower rates

Terms and conditions apply

Peace of mind is a call away

With our trusted friendly staff, easy paperwork, and a quick response for your Moving Home Mortgage option in all 26 counties of Ireland; we will guarantee that you will be walking away with a smile on your face after dealing with us.

or call us on +353 1 627 9495

Our walk in office provides access to qualified mortgage brokers covering mortgages in all 26 counties of Ireland.

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We will endeavour to secure the best mortgage deal for you

Warning: If you do not keep up your repayments you may lose your home

Warning: If you do not keep up your repayments on you loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.