We’ve made a breakthrough with an award-winning mortgage that keeps giving, so you can keep living! Our mortgage gives you 2% cashback at drawdown and now 2% cashback on your repayments every single month until 2027.
Use our mortgage calculator to check how much you could borrow, your repayments and what your cashback could be.Book an appointment Call 1890 500 156
Excludes tracker portability or negative equity customers (including any additional funds), buy-to-let, equity release or home improvement mortgage loans, and applicants who have drawn down any of their funds before 11 January 2016.
Excludes buy-to-let mortgages.
To get the 2% cashback monthly offer you must have or open an Explore Account and have your mortgage paid back from this account. Only mortgage payments made by Direct Debit or Internal Standing Order from an Explore Account will get the 2% cashback monthly. Your cashback will be paid directly into your Explore Account, or other permitted permanent tsb account, at the start of each month.
The Explore Account carries a €4 monthly maintenance fee. Unpaid items and other charges may apply. eStatements only.
See here for our full list of fixed rates and managed variable rates.
Warning: You may have to pay charges if you pay off a fixed-rate loan early.
Warning: The cost of your monthly repayments may increase.
We understand you want flexibility when paying back your mortgage. That’s why we offer a choice of flexible repayment options that could make your mortgage easier to manage.
See our Flexible Mortgage Repayment Options Brochure (pdf, 908KB) for more information.
The above information is valid as at today's date.
Warning: If you do not keep up your repayments you may lose your home.
Warning: If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.
2% cashback at drawdown is paid into the customer’s mortgage paying account (which does not need to be a permanent tsb account) within 40 working days of mortgage drawdown. The qualifying period (11 January 2016 until 30 September 2018) may be extended as permanent tsb decides.
2% cashback monthly is paid until 31 December 2027. Payments must be made by Direct Debit or Internal Standing Order from an Explore Account. The following payments do not qualify for cashback: cash, cheque, bank draft, electronic funds transfer, debit/credit card, manual Direct Debits, Standing Orders set up by the customer, lump sum payments, and returned or arrears payments. If any changes to the billed monthly mortgage repayment are made they must be agreed by both you and permanent tsb to be eligible for the cashback monthly offer.
If either the Explore Account or the Mortgage is terminated for any reason then the monthly cashback will cease. Permanent tsb retains the right to close the Explore Account as per the General Terms & Conditions. Offer applies to home loans only i.e. excludes buy-to-lets. It should be noted that any change in use of the property from personal use to letting could have tax implications for you.
Information correct as of 27 March 2018 but is subject to change.
Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Mortgage approval is subject to assessment of suitability and affordability. Applicants must be aged 18 or over. Security and home and life insurance are required.
There are a number of easy ways to begin your application:
There are various documents you’ll need to complete during the application process. Read the full list of documents required here.
Your repayments will depend on how much you borrow, the term or length of your mortgage as well as the interest rate that you’re charged. See our handy online Mortgage Calculator for an indication of how much your monthly repayments might be.
We’re here to support you every step of the way. Check out our mortgage guide (pdf, 1.12MB) for help with buying your new home.
Unsure what all those technical terms mean? Check out our handy mortgage jargon buster.
Any mortgage application requires a bit of documentation. Here's a list of the main documents you’ll need to have when applying for your first mortgage.