2 Year Fixed
- Are resident of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
- Are older than 18 and younger than 75 at mortgage end
- Have no arrears, defaults, bankruptcies, repossessions
Additional criteria may apply
Ireland’s oldest bank today provides a wide range of different banking services to personal and business customers.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
The Bank of Ireland is Ireland’s oldest bank and until 1971, it was the official Irish government bank. The bank first opened its doors for business in 1783 and has come a long way since offering financial advice to local farmers in remote agricultural communities.
The headquarters of the Bank of Ireland is in Dublin, but it has a number of branches across the UK, primarily as a result of its takeover of the Bristol and West Building Society in 1996. The bank also provides banking services for the Post Office.
Today the Bank of Ireland UK provides a wide range of different banking services to personal and business customers. These include deposit and savings accounts, loans, foreign exchange facilities, asset finance, and mortgages.
Bank of Ireland UK mortgages are available forfirst time buyers, home owners wishing to re-mortgage, self build, or move home. Landlords are also catered for with a selection of buy to let Bank of Ireland UK mortgages. The bank welcomes new and existing customers.
First time buyers can choose from a range of fixed and tracker Bank of Ireland UK mortgages available. The bank offers special mortgage deals for first time buyers trying to get a foothold on the property ladder, including a specialist mortgage that lets customers borrow against the earning power or a relative or sponsor.
Buy to let mortgages for landlords are available.
Bank of Ireland UK mortgages applications can be made in branch or over the telephone.
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