Best Investor Home Loan (PI Variable)
Reduce Home Loans Investor Rate Buster Variable
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- UBank UHomeLoan Variable Rate Home Loan
"In a world of rising investor rates, a 3.74% p.a. rate makes Reduce Home Loans' Investor Rate Buster Variable one of the best investor loans on the market, despite the $440 application fee. The availability of a 100% offset account adds to the appeal for investors."
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