Has lockdown given you some serious home re-modelling inspiration?


Make your house the home you’ve always wanted with a home improvement loan from Savvi Credit Union! Whether you’re adding more space or revamping the kitchen, we have home improvement loans to suit everyone’s needs. Our home loans come with great rates and flexible terms, and we’ll talk you through every step of the way! And because we really get to know all our members, it’s a personal loan the way it’s meant to be.


You can apply online now


No penalties for early repayment


Free loan insurance


Flexibility to increase repayments & pay off the loan


Key Features:

Variable rates from as low as 6.7% APR*

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APR 8.32% Interest Rate 7.99%

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APR = Annual Percentage Rate

The repayment amount above is an indicative figure only.

If you are interested in a loan over 5 years or for more than €80,000 give us a call on 01-632 5100.

If you have Salary Deduction available to you thanks to your company’s partnership with us, your rate may be lower than calculated. Continue with the application process as normal and we will let you know.

Representative Example:

Representative 8.29% APR based on a loan of €10,000. Repayable over 60 months at an interest rate of 7.99% p.a (per annum) variable. Monthly repayment of €202.72.Total amount payable: €12,162.97

What is a Representative Example?

A representative example is a term used in financial regulations. The example will help to show you the typical costs associated with a loan for a certain amount.

Whilst every care has been made in the production of this information, the Credit Union or any of its staff, cannot be held responsible for omissions, errors or other mistakes made. This web page is for illustrative purposes only, so as to give you, the borrower, an overview of the potential cost of borrowing.

Loans are subject to approval. Terms & Conditions apply.

* For loans over €70,000.

Warning- If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.