Mortgage Application Requirements: What do I need and Why?

The average mortgage taken out in Ireland is approximately €260,000. Before mortgage providers lend-out such large amounts of money they need to be as sure as possible that the funds will be repaid in full and on time over an agreed period. While a home loan is secured on the property as collateral, this should not reduce the lenders’ lending prudence because repossessing a home in the case of non-repayment of a loan is an absolute last resort which takes a lot of time, costs a whole lot of money and risks generating such grossly negative publicity that it is barely worth it and is entirely unattractive. So, to ensure this possible outcome is seldom reached; lenders vet their potential clients carefully using the following key documents on which to base their underwriting decision…

Photo ID Irish Law demands that a financial institution must establish the identity of a client before entering into any financial transaction. Of course, its logical that …

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