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Mortgage lender ICS is cutting the interest it charges across all its variable and fixed rate products. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Mortgage lender ICS is cutting the interest it charges across all its variable and fixed rate products. The new rates, which come into force from Mond(...)

 Ulster Bank:  Regardless of who buys your tracker mortgage, they are obliged to honour the terms of your loan. Photograph:  Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

In light of the present deal with PTSB, what should we do to protect our tracker mortgage with the imminent closure of Ulster Bank? Mr J.M., email (...)

There’s a lot of customer uncertainty out there. People are not used to their bank suddenly telling them it is shutting down. Photograph: Alan Betson

  I’m in the process of moving house. We have an existing mortgage on our current property with Ulster Bank that we will be paying off as part o(...)

When you switch mortgages, there are two considerations: lower monthly payments and what you save overall in interest payments over the remaining life of your loan. Illustration: iStock

I wonder if you could give me a little advice? We currently have a variable mortgage of 2.95 per cent with AIB with a balance of €187,610 remaining ov(...)

As long as you pay your mortgage in full in line with your agreed contract, there should be no reason not to change a fourth time or more as circumstances dictate. Photograph: iStock

We have switched our mortgage twice already in the past and are about to switch again. There is an attractive cash-back offer that we could go for tha(...)

A quick check of the rates shows that Ulster’s 2.6 per cent is still short of the 2.2 per cent on offer at Avant if your loan is less than 80 per cent loan to value. Photograph: Gareth Fuller

We are actually thinking of switching our mortgage to Ulster Bank from Bank of Ireland to take advantage of the five-year fixed rate. The Ulster Bank(...)

Mortgage rates on investment properties are never as competitive as those available to owner-occupiers. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

I have an investment property with an outstanding mortgage of €100,000. The property is worth about €250,000. I am currently paying the mortgage at a (...)

Between 2006 and 2012, two companies established by Declan  Conway, Pronanotect and Spearpoint Holdings, raised a total of €1.9 million from investors

Shareholders in two Business Expansion Scheme (BES) companies run by businessman Declan Conway have written to him demanding to know why almost €1.6 m(...)