eMoney Pro Pack 75 Home Loan

Review of the eMoney Pro Pack 75 Home Loan

A propack operates in the same was as a variable rate home loan but gives you the an interest rate discount in exchange for paying an on-going annual fee. You could potentially make considerable savings over the term of the loan by going with a pro-pack option. so long as the value of your home loan exceeds .

Special feature: 0.10% reduction in Interest Rate for Pro Pack option (Annual fee of applies).

eMoney Pro Pack 75 Home Loan: Features & benefits

The eMoney Pro Pack 75 Home Loan offers several features to borrowers including:

  • Loan to value ratio (LVR): up to
  • Loan term: -
  • Minimum loan amount:
  • Repayment options: Direct Debit, BPay, Direct Salary Crediting
  • Redraw facility?: Yes

This product is suitable for borrowers who are seeking to purchase an investment property, build a property, or refinance / consolidate their existing mortgage and debts and is available to:

  • First home buyers
  • Investors
  • Owner-occupiers
  • Refinancers

eMoney Pro Pack 75 Home Loan: Rates, fees and charges

  • Application fee:
  • Valuation fee:
  • Lenders legal fee: Nil for a standard loan

Application details

  • Deposit requirement: Loans up to of purchase price or property valuation. Evidence of 25% deposit required.

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