ANZ Standard Variable Home Loan

The ANZ Standard Variable Home Loan is a full-featured home loan with a redraw facility and interest-only options.

The ANZ Standard Variable Home Loan is available for borrowers wanting to buy a property. It has a number of useful features, such as a 100% offset account and a redraw facility.

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About this loan

What are the features and benefits of the ANZ Standard Variable Home Loan?

  • Offset account. There's a monthly fee if you choose to open an offset account.
  • Repayment frequency. Repayments can be made weekly, monthly or fortnightly.
  • Additional repayments. The ANZ Standard Variable Home Loan allows extra repayments without penalty.
  • Interest-only repayments. With an ANZ Standard Variable Rate Home Loan you have the option of paying only the interest portion of your home loan for up to 10 years.
  • Redraw facility. The ANZ redraw facility allows you to access the extra repayments that you have made on your home loan.
  • Repayment holiday. This allows you to take a break from your home loan repayments for up to three months should an unexpected financial situation arise.

What fees and charges come with this loan?

  • An establishment fee of $0
  • Monthly account-keeping fee of $5

How to apply

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  • Personal details: Name, country, postcode
  • Contact details: Preferred contact details and number, your email address
  • Your enquiry: Any specific questions you might have, which home loan you'd like to apply for, the purpose of your loan, etc.

After you've submitted all the details, a ANZ home loan expert will get in touch with you with your preferred contact number or email.

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