Home Loan Finder™ – Home Loan Comparison Service

Compare home loan rates or speak with a mortgage broker

Our free home loan comparison service compares hundreds of loans from a variety of lenders, including banks, building societies, credit unions, online lenders and more, so you can find the best home loan when refinancing, buying your first home, investing or buying a property through your SMSF.

You can also use our range of free home loan calculators to find out estimates of how much you might be able to borrow, how much your repayments might be and more.

Compare home loans in the tables below and on the rest of the site using the headings to sort through interest rates, maximum loan-to-value ratio (the maximum amount of your property value you can borrow), or their annual and application fees. You can click on the loan title to read a review and learn more, or click the ‘Go to Site’ button to go direct to the lenders website. Or, you can speak to a qualified mortgage broker to confirm your home loan decision.

Comparison of Lenders & Mortgage Brokers

Rates last updated November 28th, 2014
Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp Rate^ (p.a.) App Fee / Annual Fee Max LVR Monthly Payment
Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan - <90% LVR
Pay no application fee when you take up this low rate variable home loan offer with a 100% offset account facility. Backed by the government & Firstmac, loans.com.au is an award winning home loan lender.
4.48%
4.50%
$0 / $0
90%
Go to site More info
ME Bank Standard Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed Rate
No application fee or ongoing account keeping fees when you lock in a 3 year fixed rate.
4.59%
5.18%
$0 / $0
95%
Go to site More info
NAB National Choice Package Home Loan - 5 Year Fixed
Lock in a fixed interest rate for 5 years and pay no application fee.
4.99%
5.54%
$0 / $395
95%
Go to site More info
CUA Fresh Start Home Loan
100% offset account and a low variable interest rate.
4.65%
4.66%
$0 / $0
80%
Go to site More info
Bankwest Online Home Loan
Exclusive online offer. Applicants must apply online to secure this rate.
4.88%
4.89%
$0 / $0
80%
Go to site More info
HSBC Home Value Loan
HSBC Home Value Loan offers a low variable interest rate with no monthly fees.
4.80%
4.86%
$600 / $0
90%
Go to site More info
Bank of Queensland Clear Path Variable Rate Home Loan
A variable rate interest home loan offer with offset and redraw facility. No application fee.
4.87%
5.00%
$0 / $120
95%
Go to site More info
NAB National Choice Package Variable Rate - ($250,000 to $499,999)
A great variable package home loan from NAB which includes offset and redraw features. No application fee to pay.
5.08%
5.46%
$0 / $395
95%
Go to site More info
Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan​ Fixed - 3 Year Fixed Rate
Low rate 3 year option with no ongoing fees or application fee. Backed by the government & FirstMac, loans.com.au is an award winning home loan lender.
4.85%
4.62%
$0 / $0
90%
Go to site More info
Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan​ Fixed - 2 Year Fixed Rate
A competitive fixed interest rate offer with no application fee or ongoing fees. Underwritten by Australian mortgage giant Firstmac, and backed by the government.
4.72%
4.59%
$0 / $0
90%
Go to site More info
Greater Building Society Discount Ultimate Home Loan - $300K+ and LVR <80%
A discounted home loan package with offset account and a fee free transaction account.
4.74%
5.12%
$0 / $375
95%
Go to site More info
Bankwest Fixed Rate Home Loan - 2 Year Fixed Rate
Borrow up to 90% and reduce your interest by offsetting 40% of your savings in a linked Offset Transaction Account.
4.59%
5.69%
$295 / $144
90%
Go to site More info
NAB National Choice Package Home Loan - 2 Year Fixed
A low fixed rate home loan package with offset. No application fee.
4.84%
5.58%
$0 / $395
95%
Go to site More info
HSBC Premier Home Loan
A discounted package loan for borrowings over $500 000. Includes 100% offset facility.
4.78%
5.19%
$0 / $420
90%
Go to site More info
Greater Building Society Ultimate Fixed Rate Home Loan - 1 Year Fixed
An attractive 1 year fixed home loan offer which allows redraw access.
4.29%
5.25%
$0 / $375
95%
Go to site More info
ING  DIRECT Orange Advantage Loan - $250K+ (LVR ≤ 80%)
Enjoy a home loan package which includes a 100% offset facility with no annual fee for the first year.
4.83%
5.02%
0 / $199
80%
Go to site More info
Bank of Queensland Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed Rate
Borrow up to and fix in a 3 year home loan rate. Access your account via internet and phone banking.
4.79%
5.81%
$300 / $120
95%
Go to site More info
CUA Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed
Lock in a competitive rate for three year with CUA.
4.69%
5.26%
$600 / $0
95%
Go to site More info
NAB National Choice Package Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed
Fixed interest terms for 3 years and further discounts on NAB products.
4.94%
5.57%
$0 / $395
95%
Go to site More info
Aussie Mortgage Broker Deal
Access a great low rate through Aussie Mortgage Brokers.
4.69%
4.70%
$0 / $0
95%
Go to site More info

Comparison of Lenders & Mortgage Brokers
Choice Home Loans

Choice Home Loans is an innovative Australian mortgage brokering company with access to loans from a large number of diverse lenders. They can help first home buyers, investors, and those buying their next home or refinancing. Fill out the form on the left and a broker from Choice Home Loans will contact you at a suitable time to discuss your options for free.


Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan - <90% LVR

Refinance Home Loan Offer

A low interest home loan offer with $0 application fee.

  • Interest Rate of 4.48% p.a.
  • Comparison Rate of 4.50% p.a.
  • Application Fee of $0
  • Maximum LVR: 90%
  • Minimum Borrowing: $50,000
  • Maximum Borrowing: $2,000,000

We’re here to help along every step of your home loan comparison. You can contact us at any stage by leaving a comment on any page or sending an email to our help@finder.com.au.

An overview of the comparison process using finder.com.au is below.

Begin by finding the home loan type you want from the left sidebar. We compare almost every home loan type including variable, fixed, low doc, bad credit, SMSF and package home loans.

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Next, compare the loans on the page and sort using the table to find the right loan for you. You can click on the loan to read a review and find out more, or you can speak with a mortgage broker if you want professional advice.

Compare

Once you've found a loan you're interested in, you can click the 'Go to site' button to be securely redirected to the lender's website to start an obligation-free discussion or begin an application.

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    A casual worker has the opportunity to purchase their own home, despite the fluctuations in income. By reporting every source of income and building a small savings beforehand, they can qualify for the exact same loan as an Australian whose income is steady.

  • Home Loans For Centrelink Recipients

    A family that is being aided financially by Centrelink can still enjoy the benefit of owning their own home. Careful research is required to find a lender to work with your situation. Once found, your Centrelink benefits can be considered to be a viable source of income, depending on the type of benefit you receive.

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    We spoke to Russell Murphy, the general manager of Iskan Finance, about Sharia compliant home loans and how Iskan works.

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    The Islamic home loan serves a very specific purpose for a select group of people who wish to remain within the guidelines of their faith. Having lenders that offer this type of service opens the door for thousands of Muslims who have a dream of owning a home but need some help in meeting it.

  • CUA Equity Line of Credit

    More just a source of funds, an CUA Equity Line of Credit can be the gateway from just owning to a home to managing a financially sound and lucrative investment portfolio.

  • Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan - <90% LVR Loans.com.au Dream Home Loan - <90% LVR A competitive rate with 100% offset account, split rate options, unlimited free redraws, and the backing of Firstmac, a leading Australian non-bank lender. More info
  • Bankwest Online Home Loan Bankwest Online Home Loan Enjoy no application fee, an online redraw facility, and flexible repayment options with this loan. More info
  • ME Bank Standard Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed Rate ME Bank Standard Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed Rate Fix in a rate for three years and enjoy no application of ongoing fees. More info
  • NAB National Choice Package Home Loan - 5 Year Fixed NAB National Choice Package Home Loan - 5 Year Fixed Enjoy a competitive variable rate package loan from NAB. More info

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57 Responses to Home Loan Finder™ – Home Loan Comparison Service

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    TST | November 26, 2014

    Hi,

    My wife and I are looking to purchase a home. We will have at least 10% deposit and a decent combined income. The issue is a default against my name due to a credit card debt being handed to a credit company. I nearly have the debt paid, but there is a default listed in my name.

    It also does not look good because I have only been paying the $4000 debt back at $100 per fortnight, plus a few lump sums here and there. I will have it completely paid by early next year. I know things like this are hard to comment on since you do not have all details.

    My query lies with what suggestions you have to better my chances at having a home loan approved. I have read about credit repair but know very little about it. Could you offer some advice?

    Many thanks.

    • Staff
      Shirley | November 27, 2014

      Hi TST,

      Thanks for your question.

      You may want to approach a mortgage broker that specialises in bad credit home loans. Lenders such as Pepper Home Loans and Fox Symes also specialise in issuing home loans for people with bad credit.

      Repairing your credit is another option, but since it’s a default listed on your credit history, generally you’ll need to wait a certain period of time before they’re removed. However, it’s advisable that you speak to a credit agency about this to discuss your options.

      All the best,
      Shirley

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    Jill | November 22, 2014

    How can I get a housing loan on a pension?

    • Staff
      Shirley | November 24, 2014

      Hi Jill,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please check out our guide ‘home loans for pensioners’. It’s advisable that you speak to a mortgage broker to discuss your options and eligibility.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Shaun | October 31, 2014

    Are there any lenders that will allow you to borrow 100% of the value of a property?

    • Staff
      Shirley | October 31, 2014

      Hi Shaun,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately 100% home loans are only available if you have a guarantor. If you’d like to know more about these types of loans, please see this page.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    George | October 27, 2014

    My daughter is earning $40,000 per year minimum How much could she borrow for a new home loan?

    • Staff
      Shirley | October 27, 2014

      Hi George,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please use our borrowing power calculator to help give you an indication of how much your daughter can borrow.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Charelle | October 13, 2014

    i have paid up all my bad debt am just having 3 more accounts being debited from my account is this a problem to find a place that will give me a homeloan for my first house

    • Staff
      Shirley | October 14, 2014

      Hi Charelle,

      Thanks for your question.

      It might be a good idea to check your credit history first to see where you stand. If you have a good credit standing then you’ll be eligible for most home loans on the market. If you currently have bad credit, you may want to have a look at our bad credit home loans page.

      Alternatively you may want to speak to a mortgage broker, they’re home loan experts who can help you find the right loan for your situation.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Luke | September 15, 2014

    Hey guys currently have a home loan with keystart. With 337,000 left to pay
    But am currently looking at refinancing got an offer from ANZ for 5.08% on their break free package. Just wondering what other options are out their that will be best suited for me and my wife.. We haven’t got our house revalueated just yet but are looking at it being 450,000.. Thanks

    • Staff
      Marc | September 16, 2014

      Hi Luke,
      thanks for the question.

      There are many home loan options out there for all types of borrowers in the home loans market, but what suits you will depend on your lifestyle and your goals. Generally speaking it’s a good idea to compare a range of loans including package home loans and a range of fixed and variable rate home loans to see what’s being offered.

      Remember that it’s not just the rate which is important when comparing loans, but also the fees you’ll pay (including ongoing fees such as annual or monthly fees), and the features you’ll use.

      Another way you can get more in-depth personal advice is through a mortgage broker. They will look into your lifestyle and come up with different home loan options which will suit you. Their services are generally free, as they receive a commission from the lender you choose to go with.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    Peter | June 23, 2014

    I currently have 3 invetment properties with a combined loan around $1.4m.These are cross securitised on a fixed interest rate 4.84% with St George on a Portfolio Loan plan.

    The interest rates offered are lower than mine and would ask if the 4.54% rate was available to me.
    All are under the 80%LVR

    • Staff
      Shirley | June 24, 2014

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for your question.

      The loan is suitable for refinancing investment properties. If you would like to enquire about this with loans.com.au, please click ‘enquire now’ or ‘go to site’.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Byron | May 28, 2014

    Hello! Thanks for reading my questions. I bought a house for $480000 two years ago, I got home loan $350000. Now I pay off all the loan fees.
    Now I like a house as $650000, but I don’t have saving, we are a couple, can we get a home loan as 100%? How can we apply for it?

    Yours faithfully

    • Staff
      Shirley | May 28, 2014

      Hi Bryon,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately 100% home loans don’t exist in the market anymore after the GFC, unless you have a guarantor. Please this page for more information.

      Be mindful that there are a number of risks with guarantor loans.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Krishna | May 19, 2014

    If I shift part of my home loan from another bank, are there any fees each time I do the repayments or transfer money from another bank ?

    regards
    Krishna

    • Staff
      Shirley | May 21, 2014

      Hi Krishna,

      Sorry, I couldn’t understand your question.

      Generally repayments to your home loan can be made online, in person, over the phone, using BPay, Direct Debit or in the local branch of your home loan lender. There’s generally no fee for doing this, but you’ll need to confirm this with the PDS of the product.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Michael | May 18, 2014

    Hi. I am wanting to know if any of these lenders use someone else besides Genworth for their LMI?

    Thank you

    • Staff
      Marc | May 19, 2014

      Hi Michael,
      thanks for the question.

      The two main LMI providers in Australia are Genworth and QBE. There are also smaller insurers, and some banks will source their own insurance policies. You may want to contact the lenders you’re interested in applying with directly and find out which insurer they use for LMI.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    jade | March 21, 2014

    I have applied for a hone loan and the bank manager has told me I have 2 defaults on my credit file. One electricity bill which was not my fault and a phone account that was not finalised. Will this effect my home finance being approved?

    • Staff
      Marc | March 24, 2014

      Hi Jade,
      thanks for the question.

      Unfortunately it’s difficult to say as each lender has their own unique lending criteria which they use to evaluate borrowers. We’ve got some information on bad credit and how this can effect borrowers on this page.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    Sue | February 12, 2014

    i am a co owner paying a joint mortgage on a home. i wish to buy a second home. Am I able to use the equity in my half of the home I am paying off instead of a deposit?Thanks

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    Sue | January 10, 2014

    I am looking for a fixed rate home loan – are any of those displayed on your website fixed? I can’t see any field defining this.
    Thans

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    Jatami | January 7, 2014

    I am currently renting and would like to buy an investment property in country NSW, the rent I would receive is around $260 per week, the asking price is $225000. I will put in around $14000 – $15000, what is my chance of getting the finance?

    • Staff
      Marc | January 8, 2014

      Hello Jatami,
      thanks for the question.

      Each loan provider has a different lending criteria which they use to approve loans, so unfortunately there’s no easy answer. You may wish to compare the various home loans on our site, and then contact the lender directly before making any formal application to find out what kinds of things they might be looking for. Also, look at the eligibility criteria for each loan, as this will help you decide whether or not it’ll be available for you.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    maryanne | November 28, 2013

    I wish to buy a property but have the full purchase price in hand – hence no need for a loan. Please tell me what fees and charges are payable on the purchase.

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    Harpreet | November 23, 2013

    “I got my gem visa card today and i want to register online but i cant because i forgot my The security password on my account created during my application plz help me ta.”

    • Staff
      Marc | November 25, 2013

      Hello Harpreet,
      thanks for the question.

      I’d recommend that you call GEM directly to sort this issue out.\

      Cheers,
      Marc.

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    Rahath | November 21, 2013

    Why do some of the products listed here say max lvd 80% where in fact I know some of them do allow 95%? i.e. ANZ simplicity plus loan.

    • Staff
      Marc | November 22, 2013

      Hello Rahath,
      thanks for the question.

      This is the maximum LVR without attracting Lender’s Mortgage Insurance (LMI) premiums. If you read the table on the review page for any loan on the site it’ll display both this LVR and the maximum insured LVR, which in the case of the loan above is as you correctly stated 95%.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    Bridget | October 5, 2013

    Hi,
    I want to buy out the co owner of my home in the ACT. I presently have a mortgage with Ubank and they have said that they would not increase my mortgage so I could pay him out. Would other banks/credit unions allow me to do so? I can afford the extra loan payment.
    Thanks.

    • Staff
      Shirley | October 7, 2013

      Hi Bridget,

      Thanks for your comment.

      You may want to have a look at our refinancing home loans and then increase the loan amount when you decide to apply.

      Hope this helps,
      Shirley

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    Martin | October 2, 2013

    What is the easiest way to compare mortgage features rather than interest rates. I have a set features that I want with a mortgage and I want to compare mortgages based on those features?

    • Staff
      Marc | October 2, 2013

      Hello Martin,
      thanks for the question!

      It’s great that you’ve gotten a list of the features you want rather than simply the interest rate, this is a great way to start a comparison.

      If you have an idea of the broad category of loan you want (e.g variable rate loan), one way you can compare them is to view the table on the relevant page and click the check box on the left side of the table.

      Then click the compare button at the top of the table and you’ll be able to view the loans side-by-side to see if they have the features you’re after.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    Johno | September 30, 2013

    Hello

    I was wondering if anyone can give me information of where to start looking for a property in Canberra. I’ve been told about a website which looks good, but it’s new and there aren’t any suitable properties on it at the moment. We’d like to secure a place to rent for six months, before we come in 4 weeks. We may then buy. Any suggestions please?

    • Staff
      Shirley | September 30, 2013

      Hi Johnnash,

      Thanks for your comment.

      You may want to try websites such as domain.com.au or realestate.com.au – let us know how you go.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    peter | September 20, 2013

    Which financial institutions offer fixed rate loans will offset?

    • Staff
      Marc | September 23, 2013

      Hello Peter,
      thanks for the comment!

      There are many institutions that will offer offset accounts with fixed rate loans. Be careful with these, as not all of them will be 100% offset accounts. Some may offset only a smaller percentage of your funds, such as the Bankwest Fixed Rate Home Loan which has a 40% offset account option.

      Here are some providers who have offset accounts with their fixed rate loans:
      CUA Premium Fixed Rate Home Loan – this has a 100% offset account
      CBA Fixed Rate Home Loan – ‘Partial’ offset account
      Adelaide Bank SmartFix Home Loan – 100% offset account

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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    Jase | September 17, 2013

    Hi there,

    Which mortgage lender provides the cheapest variable interest rate, interest only please?

    Cheers,

    Jase

    • Staff
      Shirley | September 18, 2013

      Hi Jase,

      Thanks for your comment.

      Please have a look at our best home loans page, you can sort through the interest rates by clicking on the arrows in the blue table.

      When browsing through loans, please check the ‘repayment type’ row to see if they allow interest only repayments.

      Hope this helps,
      Shirley

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    Richrd | August 6, 2013

    Dear Sir/Ms,

    I am interested in obtaining home loan and would really appreciate if you could please kindly advice how much I am able to borrow and what options are there?

    Look forward to your favorable response soon.

    Yours sincerely,

    Richard

    • Staff
      Shirley | August 6, 2013

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks for your comment.

      Please use our borrowing power calculator to give you and indication.

      After you’ve determine how much you can borrow, you may want to compare our best featured home loans.

      If you need any assistance explaining features or jargon, please let us know.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Daisy | July 30, 2013

    Hi we are switching our lender from Wespac to Nab.Nab offered a 5.03 interest rate with a trailing factor of 1.1 for the life of the loan.Is this a good offer? And is it wise to fix interest rates now?

    Thank you

    Daisy

    • Staff
      Shirley | July 30, 2013

      Hi Daisy,

      Thanks for your comment.

      If you compare the 5.03% p.a interest rate with our best home loans, it is quite a competitive deal in comparison to the big banks.

      In terms of whether fixing interest rate is right for you, you will have to ask a financial planner as Finder.com.au is only licensed to give general advice.

      Hope this helps,
      Shirley

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    Cherryl | July 19, 2013

    If you take out a home loan and pay it back early, are there any penalties?

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    Antonio | July 3, 2013

    Receiving disabiliti pension from Centrelink
    I need money to repair the car $ 2,500
    Is there a bank that provides soft loans
    Pensioner?? thanks

    • Staff
      Shirley | July 3, 2013

      Hi Antonio,

      Thanks for your comment.

      This article may help you.
      Most financial institutions tend to accept Centrelink payments as suitable income so you may want to compare personal loans as well.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    sameer | June 25, 2013

    Thanks, those listed options can help to compare.

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    sameer | June 25, 2013

    hi
    justing wondering why CBA is not included in the list…curious to know where they stand.
    thanks indeed!

    • Staff
      Shirley | June 25, 2013

      Hi Sameer,

      Thanks for your comment.

      We aim to provide a comparison of all services and we cover a wide range of products, providers and services in the market so there may be other options available to you.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    chantelle | June 19, 2013

    my husband and I are wondering if there is someone who will give us a house loan when we do not have a deposit?

    • Staff
      Shirley | June 19, 2013

      Hi Chantelle,

      Thanks for your comment.

      It is possible to get a home loan without a deposit, but you will need a guarantor. Please keep in mind that if you default on the loan your guarantor will also be held responsible.

      A mortgage broker will be able to help you find a guarantor loan.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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