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The pandemic slowed car sales. Showrooms were shut and no-one could go anywhere anyway, so why invest in wheels? But as restrictions ease and the 212 (...)

Avant Money’s  One Mortgage scheme will allow customers to lock into a fixed interest rate at a time when interest rates are at a historical low

Avant Money, the mortgage provider owned by Spanish banking group Bankinter, has become first lender in the Irish market to offer a fixed rate coverin(...)

Before you sign on the dotted line for a fixed-term mortgage, you need to consider what you might be giving up by fixing for so long. File photograph: Getty

Long-term mortgage rates have never really taken off in Ireland, despite their popularity elsewhere. In fact, the only mortgage rate with a term of mo(...)

‘If you’re on a fixed-rate mortgage, you will be constrained should you wish to switch.’

And just like that, about 28 per cent of the Irish mortgage market appears to be up for grabs with the confirmed departure of Ulster Bank and planned (...)

Avant launched its Irish mortgage product last September,  undercutting existing players with its lowest rate of 1.95 per cent for those whose mortgages are worth 60 per cent or less of the purchase price of their home.

Avant Money, the mortgage provider owned by Spanish banking group Bankinter, is expanding its low-cost mortgage offer to a range of new locations acro(...)

Net profit at the bank fell 8.7 per cent to €97 million on extraordinary regulatory charges of €115 million not related to the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: iStock

Spain’s Bankinter, which owns Avant Money in the Republic, has forecast higher lending income and loan growth across its markets as lower provisions m(...)

Whether it’s lethargy or loyalty, fear or loathing, too few of us switch mortgage. Photograph: iStock

Switching your mortgage can seem like a pain. It was hard enough to get it in the first place, right? But if new lower fixed interest rates mean about(...)

A significant number of people who carried out home improvements in the past year (43 per cent) said the work was carried out due to the increased time spent at home.

Leitrim-based consumer finance company Avant Money has begun taking applications for its products from Monday with a fixed-rate mortgage offering that(...)