Greater Secured Personal Loan
Benefit from a competitive fixed interest rate and 7 years term with Greater Bank’s Secured Personal Loan.
From 5.99% (fixed)
Interest Rate (p.a.)
Comparison Rate (p.a.)
Min Loan Amount
|Product Name||Greater Bank Secured Personal Loan|
|Interest Rate (p.a.)|
From 5.99% (fixed)
|Comparison Rate (p.a.)||6.37%|
|Interest Rate Type||Fixed|
|Min Loan Amount||$5,000|
|Max. Loan Amount||$100,000|
Factors to consider about the Greater Bank Secured Personal Loan
This is a secured loan, so you must provide collateral to secure the loan amount. Depending on your financial situation, Greater Bank will approve up to 120% of the value of your assets. No monthly fees apply and you’ll repay the loan at a fixed rate of 5.99% p.a.
If you’re hesitant about using your assets as a guarantee, Greater Bank also offers an unsecured loan option. However, you’ll pay a higher interest rate, as security isn’t required.
Features of the Greater Bank Secured Personal Loan
If you’d like to apply for this loan, below are some of the features you might want to consider:
- Quick turnaround. This loan can be approved within 24 hours of your application, provided that all the necessary documents are supplied.
- Loan term. You can repay this loan over a maximum of 7 years.
- Security. This loan type requires that you use assets to secure the loan amount, which can include vehicles, expensive equipment or property.
- Interest. The interest rate is fixed at 5.99% p.a., which means that repayments remain unchanged throughout the loan term.
- Repayments. You can make repayments on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. Additional repayments are allowed for no extra charge.
- Early settlement. You can settle the whole outstanding loan amount early without risking a penalty fee.
- Redraw. A redraw facility is available at no extra cost when effected online or in person at a Greater Bank branch.
- Fees. You will not be charged a monthly fee, though an establishment fee of $275 applies once your loan is approved. A fee of $200 applies for every guarantee provided.
How to apply for the Greater Bank Secured Personal Loan
You can submit your application online. Before you do so, the following eligibility requirements must be met:
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- You must be an Australian permanent resident.
- You must have a decent credit history.
You will be asked to submit the following documents to support your application:
- Two payslips no more than four weeks old
- Bank statements for the last three months
- A signed letter from your employer to prove you’re employed and that you earn an income
- Driver’s licence, passport or photo card as identification
- Statements to prove that existing loans are up to date
Additional documentation is required if you receive child support, rental income or a family tax benefit.
This loan is for customers who are comfortable with using their valuable assets as security. If the loan isn’t paid, the bank will seize those assets to cover the outstanding amount. Take the time to research your options before committing to any loan contract.
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