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Allied Irish Bank (GB)

This Dublin based bank has products for first time buyers, customers looking to purchase a second home, and home owners wishing to release equity from an existing property.

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About Allied Irish Bank (GB)

Allied Irish Bank (GB) is based in Dublin. It is a subsidiary of the Allied Irish Bank (AIB), which is owned by a parent company, Allied Irish Banks plc.

The bank has been a major financial entity since 1966, when they were formed from the merger of three long established Irish banks. The merger strengthened the bank’s position in the Irish financial market and by the 1970s AIB had opened a large number of high street branches in the UK.

Today the Allied Irish Bank (GB) offers a wide range of banking services in the UK, both online and via its high street branches. Private and business customers of the bank have access to deposit and savings accounts, mortgages, trade services, foreign currency accounts, and a host or other products and services. The bank is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Allied Irish Bank (GB) mortgages are available from any of the bank’s branches. Allied Irish Bank has products for first time buyers, customers looking to purchase a second home, and home owners wishing to release equity from an existing property.

One of the selling points of Allied Irish Bank (GB) mortgages is that their in-branch mortgage advisors offer a tailored service to suit a customer’s individual requirements. They aim to give an ‘in principle’ decision within 48 hours of an application being made.

Whichever Allied Irish Bank (GB) mortgage is chosen, interest is calculated on a daily basis. The advantage of this is that when early lump sum repayments are made, the bank passes on the benefit immediately and any outstanding mortgage capital is reduced straight away.

Arrangement fees are applied to new and existing Allied Irish Bank (GB) mortgage products. There are also valuation and other fees payable on Allied Irish Bank mortgages; details of any applicable fees will be given at the time of application.

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