Hundreds of people turned out to the ‘Open House Event’ hosted by Bank of Ireland at the Newpark Hotel.
Commercial branch manager in Kilkenny, Deirdre Shine welcomed guests, many of whom are looking to step onto the property ladder.
The event was both informative and entertaining and consisted of a number of popular speakers including Mortgage Relationship Manager with Bank of Ireland, Jane Kealy, Neil Reid of MyHome.ie and TV presenter and architect Dermot Bannon.
Deirdre Shine welcomed everyone to Bank of Ireland’s ‘open house event’
“One of the reasons we are running these events is to promote the fact that we are very much open for business. We want to help as many people as possible to purchase their first home, maybe move to a larger home, build a home or an extension, or indeed buy an investment property. We are currently approving eight out of ten people who come to us looking for a mortgage”.
“We believe what we offer at Bank Of Ireland is truly different to anything else you will find out there in the market.”
“I hope you have received a very strong message from Bank of Ireland this evening that we want to look after you when you are thinking of buying your new home”
Dermot Bannon was a hit with the audience and offered plenty of sound advice to potential buyers on how to get the best out of their homes and on how best to ‘unlock the potential of their new home’.
His talk was both informative and entertaining as he explained how best to cultivate the living space that you desire. He also spent time with people giving individual advice after the event.
Mortgage Relationship Manager with Bank of Ireland, Jane Kealy and Neil Reid of MyHome.ie also gave a practical and helpful insight into what needs to be done to get the best home for you.
Meanwhile a separate event took place last Saturday at the Bank of Ireland premises where staff were on hand to offer mortgage advice to those interested in buying property.
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