Forms and Documents
This is a summary statement of Shoreline’s policy for setting mortgage variable interest rates, excluding tracker interest rates.
The Standard Financial Statement (SFS) form is used when you are using the MARP process. It is designed to help you set out your financial circumstances in detail.
The MARP booklet provides borrowers in financial difficulty with their primary residence with information on Shoreline’s mortgage arrears resolution process.
The Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) has launched a new information and advice leaflet for customers in mortgage arrears. This leaflet, clearly sets out the various options that may be available to distressed borrowers and encourages distressed borrowers to engage with their lenders in order to explore possible solutions.
The purpose of the Consumer Guide to Completing a Standard Financial Statement is to assist you in completing a Standard Financial Statement, which is used to set out your financial information.
This form is used to set up a direct debit to pay your mortgage.
This Income and Expenditure (I&E) form is used when a borrower is no longer in Shoreline's MARP or for a buy-to-let mortgage where this MARP does not apply. It helps a borrower to set out their financial circumstances in detail.