Buying

Repaying Your Mortgage

  The main thing any lender is concerned with is your ability to meet your monthly repayments. However, they are also very interested in your track record on previous loans - are you a punctual payer and financially mature type, or a head in the…

Applying For A Mortgage

  Before any lender will consider giving you a loan, they're going to want to know about your financial health so give yourself a thorough credit check-up. Start by asking yourself the following questions: How much do you earn and can you prove it? PAYE…

Buying With Friends

  Friends 'til the bitter endYoung Irish people are increasingly trying to avoid paying 'dead money' in rent by pooling their cash with friends and family to get a mortgage. This may seem like the ideal way to get one foot on the increasingly extended…

Viewing Checklist for Buyers

  MyHome.ie Viewing Checklist This checklist is designed to assist you in choosing the right property to buy. It asks key questions which should help you to match your needs and expectations to the right property for you. Print it and bring it to your…

Home Purchase Costs

  Aside from the purchase price of your property it is important that you consider the other costs involved in buying your home. Not only do you have mortgage repayments to consider, there are other expenses. Legal Fees Before you appoint your solicitor ask for…

Choosing an Estate Agent

Choosing an estate agent is an important part of selling your home and there are a number of considerations which should be taken into account. If you used the same estate agent before, did the agent do a good job? Do they respond to telephone…
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