Seem to recall a general thread on this but couldn't find it. Feel free to merge if there is one still active
New figures from Central Bank indicate average new mortgage rate fell to 2.98% in July
New Irish mortgage holders can expect to pay at least €80,000 more than their European counterparts on a €300,000 mortgage over the course of 30 years.
Analysis from Brokers Ireland, a lobby group representing 1,250 brokers, found that on a rate of 2.98 per cent, Irish mortgage holders can expect to pay €454,000 back on a €300,000 mortgage while those in the euro area can expect to pay back €374,000.