EBS is offering home buyers up to 3% Back in Cash. That’s as much as 3% (2% upfront and 1% in 5 years) of the value of your new mortgage if you are a first time buyer, mover, or switching your mortgage to EBS.
Yep. That's €7,500 on a €250,000 mortgage, Back in Cash. Why? Because an EBS Mortgage Master knows the mortgage process back to front – they know that that extra few bob really counts in the final ‘moving in’ stage.
Your EBS Mortgage Master doesn’t like any messing or fussing, either. That’s why you get your EBS 3% Back in Cash mortgage offer straight into the current account used to pay your mortgage, using a SEPA direct debit, 2% within 2 months of drawdown and an additional 1% after 5 years subject to conditions of the mortgage.
The amount you’ll get back depends on the size of your mortgage – so the bigger the mortgage, the bigger the lump sum. Simples. Here are some examples.
|My Mortgage||Back in Cash at Drawdown||Back in Cash Year 5|
But am I eligible? Only if…
To be eligible for the 1% back in cash after Year 5, you must, on the 5th year anniversary of the mortgage loan drawdown date:
You will not be eligible if...
Mortgage Features & Benefits
Terms and Conditions
EBS Back-in-Cash Mortgage Offer
To qualify for the EBS Back-in-Cash Mortgage Offer
To qualify for the EBS 1% Back-in-Cash on the 5th year anniversary of your mortgage loan drawdown date you also need to:
If you have a Self-Build Mortgage Loan
The first drawdown must occur between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019. If so:-
Any drawdown occurring after 18 months of the first drawdown will not qualify.
You will not qualify for the EBS Back-in-Cash Mortgage Offer if:-
If you have a tracker mortgage with another mortgage provider, switching your mortgage to EBS means you will lose your existing tracker rate. We recommend you seek independent financial advice before deciding to switch your mortgage.
We reserve the right to amend, withdraw or terminate the offer or substitute the offer with another or alter the specification of the offer without prior notice. Should the offer be amended, terminated or withdrawn, we will endeavour to inform all affected customers and will provide a similar alternative offer that meets with our regulatory obligations.