Are you looking to get on the property ladder? Look no further, my house-hunting friends. Because we are BACK with AIB Livin Dublin. On August 18th, we will be hosting yet another first-time buyer's event for you guys. The demand was just that high.
Since 2018, we have been hosting informative events, creating area guides and collecting insight and advice from the top property experts in Ireland, all as part of our AIB Livin Dublin campaign. And we don't plan on stopping any time soon.
Kicking off at 7pm on Wednesday, August 18, we will once again be joined by a panel of experts who will give you all the most insightful information when it comes to looking for and buying a property.
Director at MDS Construction Ltd Peter Finn will be on hand to give his insights into the construction market at the moment and loads more. You may know Peter as the co-presenter of the RTÉ show Home Rescue and if you do, you'll know that he knows what he's talking about!
Meanwhile, esteemed estate agent Owen Reilly will be returning once again. As always, Owen will have some great advice for first-time buyers.
Plus, we will be joined by Gabbie Benson, Dedicated Homes Advisor for Dublin North. Gabbie is the homes advisor in the Malahide branch and has 5 years mortgage experience.She will be able to answer all of your burning questions when it comes to the mortgage application, approval and more.
This event will be specific to North Dublin. If that's where you're looking to buy a home, then come join us on Wednesday, August 18th! Plus, the first 100 people to selected to attend will receive a stunning pizza kit to enjoy while at the virtual event.
Fancy joining us? All you have to do is enter your details using the form below.
And check out our bespoke AIB Livin Dublin first-time buyers hub here.
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