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Mortgage Calculator

Please use the calculator below to estimate the amount you can borrow for your mortgage and then contact us to arrange it for you.

NOTE: When using this calculator, please do not use any commas or spaces.

1. Enter Interest rate and number of years you want mortgage for:

Interest Rate:
%
Borrow over:
years
(Interest rates in Ireland are currently between 2.95% and 6% approximately.)

2. Enter the amount you would like to borrow and click on 'Calculate' to estimate the monthly payment.

Amount of Mortgage:



3. Fill in the maximum amout you would like to pay per month and click on 'calculate' to estimate the amount you can borrow.
Maximum Monthly Repayment:

Disclaimer: (This calcultor is only intended as guide and in no way constitutes any kind of contract or offer from the Mortgage Advice Store).

 
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Variable rate warning: The cost of your monthly repayments may increase - If you do not keep up your repayments you may lose your home. The payment rates on this housing loan may be adjusted by the lender from time to time.

Warning: Your home is at risk if you do not keep up payments on a mortgage or any other loan secured on it

Fixed rate warning: You may have to pay charges if you pay off your fixed-rate loan early

Interest only warning: The entire amount that you have borrowed will still be outstanding at the end of the interest-only period

Debt consolidation warning: This new loan may take longer to pay off than your previous loans. This means you may pay more than if you paid over a shorter term

Endowment loan warning: There is no guarantee that the proceeds of the [Insurance Policy / Pension Policy] will be sufficient to repay the loan in full when it becomes due for repayment