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Aussie Home Loan Review

Aussie has home loans for owner-occupiers and investors, with rates starting from 1.99%.

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Aussie is an Australian broker and lender owned by the Commonwealth Bank. Check out the table of Aussie products below or read more about the lender and its loans.

Compare Aussie home loans for January 2022

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Name Product Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp. Rate (p.a.) Fees Monthly Payment

Aussie Elevate Variable Home Loan P&IHome≥ 20% Deposit

Aussie Elevate Variable Home Loan
1.99%
2.17%
  • App: $250
  • Ongoing: $10 per month
$555
A flexible variable rate loan for home buyers. 100% offset account attached.

Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan P&IHome 1Y Fixed≥ 20% Deposit

Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan
2.04%
2.01%
  • App: $0
  • Ongoing: $0 p.a.
$559
A low interest rate home loan with an LVR up to 80%.

Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan P&IHome 2Y Fixed≥ 5% Deposit

Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan
2.24%
2.78%
  • App: $250
  • Ongoing: $10 per month
$574
A competitive fixed rate home loan from Aussie.

Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan P&IInvestment 2Y Fixed≥ 20% Deposit

Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan
2.50%
3.07%
  • App: $250
  • Ongoing: $0 p.a.
$594

Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan P&IHome 3Y Fixed≥ 20% Deposit

Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan
2.84%
2.22%
  • App: $0
  • Ongoing: $0 p.a.
$621
Lock in a 3 year fixed rate with no upfront or ongoing fees.
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Aussie key facts

  • Aussie is a broker and a lender, with an extensive network of mortgage brokers across the country. Aussie brokers can help you compare a range of loans from lenders in its panel plus its own range of loans.
  • Aussie is 100% owned by the Commonwealth Bank.
  • You need at least a 20% deposit to get many Aussie home loans, but it does have options for borrowers with deposits as low as 5%.

Review by our senior home loans writer Richard Whitten

Aussie home loan features

Here are the key features and details you need to know about Aussie's mortgage products.

FeatureDetails
Minimum depositMany Aussie loans have 80% maximum LVRs. This means you can borrow up to 80%. But there are loans for borrowers with low deposits (that is, deposits below 20%).
Offset account?Some of Aussie's variable rate loans come with offset accounts.
Repayment optionsBoth Aussie's fixed and variable rate loans allow you to make interest-only repayments for a limited period. The lender also offers the standard principal-and-interest repayments on its loans.
Split rateMost Aussie mortgages allow you to split your loan into fixed and variable portions.

How do I apply for an Aussie mortgage?

When applying for any home loan, you will need various documents to establish your identity, your financial situation, employment status and details about the property.

Eligibility

Each Aussie product has specific eligibility criteria but some will apply to all products. For example:

  • Age. You must be over 18 years of age.
  • Residency. You should be a resident of Australia.
  • Employment. You should have a regular source of income.

Documents required

When you apply for a mortgage with Aussie, you are required to provide certain information, so make sure you have all your documents ready before you apply. The documents you will be expected to provide are:

📄 Property details. You can start a loan enquiry before you've bought a property, but to complete an application, you need the address of the property and a signed contract of sale.

📄 Identification documents. You will need identification such as a driver's licence, passport or birth certificate.

📄 Proof of income documents. Recent payslips can establish your income.

📄 Asset and liability documents. You need to provide documents showing your current assets (such as savings accounts and investments) and liabilities (for example, any outstanding debt you may have).

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Lenders like Aussie

There aren't many lenders like Aussie, being both a network of brokers and a lender – but here is a list of competitive lenders of various types to help you compare.

  • Athena. This digital fintech lender offers low-rate mortgages and an entirely online, convenient service.
  • Commonwealth Bank. Australia's biggest bank, which owns Aussie.
  • Homestar. A 100% online lender, Homestar has been providing mortgages to Australian borrowers since 2004.
  • Loans.com.au. A Brisbane-based online lender, Loans.com.au is backed by Firstmac, Australia's largest non-bank lender.
  • Macquarie. Macquarie is one of Australia's largest banks outside the Big 4.
  • Bank of Queensland. Another of Australia's larger lenders, with a wide selection of mortgages.
  • ING. This online bank is part of the global, Dutch-based financial group of the same name.

More home loan questions

More guides on Finder

  • Aussie Elevate Variable Home Loan

    The Elevate Variable Home Loan from Aussie is a flexible variable rate mortgage with a 100% offset account.

  • Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan

    The Aussie Elevate Fixed Home Loan is a competitive fixed rate mortgage from Aussie. It has options for investors and home buyers and an offset account.

  • Aussie Select Line of Credit Home Loan review

    Borrow up to 90% of the value of the equity in your home with an Aussie Select Line of Credit Home Loan.

  • Aussie Select Standard Variable Home Loan

    The Aussie Select Standard Variable Home Loan offers a competitive interest rate, penalty-free extra repayments and you can redraw as often as you like.

  • Aussie Select Basic Variable Rate Home Loan

    Find out the benefits of an Aussie Select Basic Variable Rate home loan – competitive interest rates, flexible repayment terms and no management fees.

  • Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan

    A fixed rate means your repayments won't change. The Aussie Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan is a fully featured loan available to people purchasing their new home, refinancing from another lender or purchasing a new investment. Read on for a review of the features, fees and rates offered with this mortgage product.

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    McHackOctober 14, 2021

    Can you point us in the right direction we have been long term renter until recently. My partner is a senior on a centrelink pension, I receive a DSP pension we want to know how we can purchase our own home? Who do we talk to?

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      RichardOctober 20, 2021Staff

      Hi McHack,

      You can apply for a standard home loan, though it might be more difficult if your only source of income is coming from your pension.

      Your best course of action would be to speak with a mortgage broker as this is their area of expertise and to get personalised advice. You can call or visit their website to set an appointment.

      I hope this helps!

      Regards,
      Richard

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    MainSeptember 4, 2015

    Hi

    I have a current home loan and looking to refinance, I am on single parenting payment and I am unable to find anyone who will look at me even tho this is my third house and I currently have a 4 year payment history on my current loan, do you know anyone who can help?

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      BelindaSeptember 4, 2015

      Hi Main,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      If you are thinking of refinancing, you might be interested to estimate the cost of refinancing and compare a range of refinancing home loans that are suited for you.

      Also, you can learn more about applying for a new loan when receiving government benefits from our Centrelink home loan options. I also recommend getting in touch with a licensed mortgage broker. A broker can help you understand your financial position and they can leverage their panel of networks to find a lender that’s more inclined to review your application.

      Before applying, please ensure that you meet all the eligibility criteria and read through the details of the needed requirements as well as the relevant Product Disclosure Statements/Terms and Conditions when comparing your options before making a decision on whether it is right for you.

      Thanks,
      Belinda

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    robertMay 26, 2015

    My daughter is divorcing, husband is taking name off title deeds. I wish to go on title deeds for my daughter to keep home. What is minimum percentage that bank will allow me on deeds and do all banks want same percentage. I ask this as I will be paying stamp duty on percentage. I know that I will be required as co signer to get loan.

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      BelindaJune 1, 2015

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      The minimum percentage that the lender will allow you on deeds will depend on a range of factors, so it is advisable that you contact Aussie Home Loans directly before carrying out any transfer of title or mortgage.

      Stamp duty is calculated on the value of the property or land that is being transferred and is represented as a percentage. You can contact your state office of revenue for more details.

      You can read more about fees and charges when transferring property within the family. You should also consider speaking to a conveyancer who will give expert and practical advice on what to do at every step of the process.

      Thanks,
      Belinda

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    jackieFebruary 27, 2015

    We badly need renovations and have about $30K owing with $45K redraw available. Are looking to borrow and have been told that line of credit option is best option atm. Our home is probably worth over $700K. How do I go about finding which company is best when our own bank requirements are ridiculous and no loyalty whatsoever considering we have been with them for over 20 years. We may need up to $150K.
    Thank you.

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      ShirleyFebruary 27, 2015Staff

      Hi Jackie,

      Thanks for your question.

      You may discuss your eligibility or options from Aussie home loans by getting in touch with them directly.

      You can also compare a range of line of credit home loans. Before applying, please ensure that you meet all the eligibility criteria and read through the details of the needed requirements as well as the relevant Product Disclosure Statements/Terms and Conditions when comparing your options before making a decision on whether it is right for you.

      I also recommend getting in touch with a licensed mortgage broker. A broker can help you understand your financial position and they can leverage their panel of networks to find a lender that is more inclined to review your application.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    PeterJuly 19, 2014

    Aussie phone number for SA.

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      ShirleyJuly 21, 2014Staff

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please refer to the link I’ve emailed you regarding contact details for Aussie.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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