Bank of Ireland is increasing it's mortgage interest rates by 0.25%.
It will mean no change for existing customers and will apply to new holders from December 10th.
The bank says those who draw down by December 9th can still get the old lower rate.
Last month, AIB announced it is increasing rates for new customers from the end of this week by 0.5%.
Alan Hartley, Director of Home Buying at Bank of Ireland said: “In light of recent interest rate increases by the ECB, Bank of Ireland is today announcing an increase to new fixed rate mortgages of 0.25%.
"This increase applies only to new mortgages. Customers with existing mortgages with Bank of Ireland and who are considering re-fixing can still avail of unchanged fixed rates.”