Ulster Bank to offer €1,500 to new mortgage customers

Ulster Bank to offer €1,500 to new mortgage customers

Ulster Bank are set to offer €1,500 toward the costs of those who take out a home loan with them over the coming months.

The superb offer comes just weeks after Ulster Bank cut its variable and a number of fixed rates and is part of their strategy to grow its mortgage business.

The €1,500 contribution toward the legal fees of those taking out a mortgage applies to both first-time buyers and mortgage holders switching from other banks.

The deal, to be announced today, is available to those who have a mortgage offer from today until June 13.

Switchers are now attractive again to banks, due to Central Bank loan restrictions.

Ulster Bank’s head of branch banking Jim Ryan said it was also launching mobile mortgage managers who will visit customers outside branches.

He said its interest rates were now among the lowest in the market, with some as low as 3.7pc.

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Leo at 12:47 pm

    Oh please. 3.7%, gimme a break. We all know the ECB rates are hovering near 0%. And since when are fixed rates better than the standard variable? Only in the corrupt universe where greedy Irish mortgage lenders are still being unregulated by the financial regulator, post bail out, back in the markets, and back in profit. Sickening.

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