For any first-time buyers - this event will teach you all you need to know and give you a FREE night at the movies
Brought to you by EBS.
It's looking to be one exciting night.
A night of discussing mortgages, watching movies, and some free food and drink. A little bit of everything, really.
Let us explain - we have teamed up with EBS to treat Ireland's first-time buyers to a wonderful night out at the movies where you can also get all the info you need to get yourself mortgage-ready and properly prepared for the big buy.
There are five of these nights happening in total, with the second taking place in the Belltable Theatre in Limerick on Wednesday, 29 May. Guests will be treated to a screening of the brilliantly funny Step Brothers (so good).
And guess what? We have plenty of free tickets to give away.
So if you're currently in the market for your first home and want to know all there is to know about getting your first mortgage and what to watch out for, we'd love it if you and a friend joined us for this night of explanation and entertainment.
On movie night, you will receive...
- Invaluable expertise on how to go about the process of buying a new home
- The chance to talk to EBS mortgage advisers at the venue, who'll be there to offer you expert one-to-one consultations. Whatever your questions, they've got the answers.
- A fabulous goody bag for you to take home
- A free drinks reception with delicious food being served at 6.30pm
- A special screening of Step Brothers which starts at 7.15pm
So if you feel like a fancy little night out with plenty of free goodies thrown in, we suggest you sign up ASAP. Mortgages can be a lot to get your head around, so it's a good idea to get all the help you can get before you take the plunge.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of these tickets, just fill out the form below.
It'll be a night to enjoy.
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Brought to you by EBS.
Lending criteria, terms and conditions will apply. EBS. d.a.c. is an authorised agent and servicer of EBS Mortgage Finance (a wholly-owned subsidiary of EBS d.a.c.). EBS d.a.c. and EBS Mortgage Finance are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.