Allied Irish Bank mortgages

The Allied Irish Bank has a variety of mortgages and remortgages that cover first time buyers, property investors keen to secure a buy-to-let mortgage, and owner occupier mortgages for those wishing to remortgage or switch lender.

Customers can choose from a range of payment options that include fixed rate mortgages, tracker mortgages, standard variable rate mortgages and more.

See below for more details of mortgage deals.

Mortgages News

Rental arrears reach five-year low

Rental arrears are at a 5-year low, according to LSL

A new survey by LSL Property has found that rental arrears are at the lowest levels for five-years.

Quarterly Inflation Report: When will interest rates rise?

Mark Carney says the UK recovery is taking hold

The Bank of England says the economic recovery has taken hold and unemployment is falling faster than expected but a rate rise depends on how much slack is in the economy.

Solihull tops poll of best places to live in UK

Solihull is the best place to live in UK, according to Uswitch

A new survey by comparison site Uswitch has revealed that Solihull the best place to live in the UK

Home repossessions at lowest level since records began in 2008

The CML said home repossessions are falling

Home repossessions have fallen to the lowest level since records began in 2008, according to the latest data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

House prices rise at fastest pace for 11 years, says Rics

Rics warns on the lack of supply of new homes

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors warns that the lack of supply of new homes to cater for increased demand for property is "problematic".

Cameron hails Help to Buy a success as 2,000 sign up

The Prime  Minister says Help to Buy is a success

The Prime Minster, David Cameron has said the Help to Buy scheme is being accessed by the "hardworking people" it is aimed at but critics warn a lack of supply may push up prices.

MPs ask for clarity on Bank's role in policing Help to Buy

The Treasury, where MPs questioned Bank officials over Help to Buy

MPs on the Treasury Select Committee have asked for clarification on the role the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee has in policing the Help to Buy scheme.

UK Trade deficit with EU hits new high of £6bn

The UK's trade balance is hindering overall economic growth

The ONS reports that the UK trade deficit grew to its widest level for a year and will hinder economic growth as the construction sector grew by less than expected.

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