Bank of Ireland Deal

by Mark Alexander

18:25 PM, 15th July 2015
About 6 years ago

Bank of Ireland Deal

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Bank of Ireland Deal

Buy-to-Let borrowers who were left feeling stitched up by the Bank of Ireland tracker rate hike can switch to these products- Bank of Ireland Deal

3.29% fixed for 5 years or 3.49% fixed for 7 years

No application form or further underwriting

No valuation or arrangement fees

No legal fees

No broker fees

5% early repayment charge if you pay off the mortgage during the fixed rate term.

This is not a well publicised deal, we came across it completely by chance.

All we ask, in return for this information, is that if you go ahead with one of these deals please make a £250 donation towards the running costs of Property118. Donations are not compulsory and the figure of £250 is merely a suggestion, it could be more or less or even nothing at all. We are entirely reliant on your generosity and integrity.

For more information or to switch to this rate please call Bank of Ireland directly on 0345 300 8000 and have your account number ready. They will only speak with the account holder.

Donations via Paypal or Credit/Debit Card

  • You can donate via Paypal or click on the link to make a one off payment via Debit or Credit card. Alternatively, donations can be made by BACS to Innovative Landlord Solutions LLP, Barclays Bank, Sortcode: 20-62-68, Account Number: 73344657, Please include Ref: Your-Name/Donation

The above is not a financial promotion nor is it intended as advice and neither is it to be construed as such. Do not proceed with this deal if you do not fully understand it, instead seek professional advice.

For the avoidance of any doubt we have NOT been approached by Bank of Ireland or anybody on their behalf in respect of this deal, neither are we receiving any payment or commission from them. We are sharing this information because we found it for ourselves and we believe it is right that we should make you are of it. Property118 is funded by donations.

Comments

Mark Alexander

16:39 PM, 17th July 2015
About 6 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Cheryl Larkin" at "17/07/2015 - 16:30":

Seems like they have an overspill call centre which is stacking up appointments - also see this comment on the other thread >>> http://www.property118.com/bank-of-ireland-increase-differential/37002/comment-page-174/#comment-58954

I did say "first come first served"
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Black Panther

17:44 PM, 7th April 2016
About 5 years ago

After WHICH? magazine's successful recent campaign, I logged a complaint re. the BoI mortgage differential issue.
The complaint is being sent to the Editorial Team who, if they receive enough similar complaints about the same issue, will investigate - and perhaps put public pressure on the BoI to reverse the decision?

ACTION: Contact WHICH? magazine (Tel: 01992 822800) to register your complaint against BoI and if enough people contact them, it will be taken up by the Team.

Richard Lawrence

9:25 AM, 3rd June 2020
About 11 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Mark Alexander at 17/07/2015 - 10:06
Hi Mark
I’ve just come across your article.
Due to BOI increasing my mortgage back in 2013 it affected my credit so was unable to remortgage so am still with BOI and paying the high rates . I want to write to the financial ombudsman and would be grateful if you can give me as much detail about what you know about BOI remortgage deal in 2015 which I can use in my complaint.
Regards Richard

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