Aussie Home Loans

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Aussie Home Loans is both a lender and a mortgage broker, and offers a range of services.

Aussie logo march 2017Besides being named as Australia's Top Mortgage Broker four years' running by The Adviser, Aussie has a range of its own home loan products to suit a variety of needs.

Aussie Home Loan Offer

Aussie Optimizer Construction Loan - LVR 70.01% to 80% (Owner Occupier) P&I

3.79 % p.a.

variable rate

3.86 % p.a.

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Aussie Home Loan Offer

With the Aussie Optimizer Construction Loan with a loan-to-value ratio up to 80% enjoy a low interest rate.

  • Interest rate of 3.79% p.a.
  • Comparison rate of 3.86% p.a.
  • Application fee of $0
  • Maximum LVR: 80%
  • Max borrowing: $750,000
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Rates last updated October 20th, 2017
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Name Product Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp Rate^ (p.a.) Application Fee Ongoing Fees Max LVR Monthly Payment Short Description
3.79%
3.86%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
Get a low-rate construction loan with an LVR up to 80%.
4.09%
3.88%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
Lock in a 3 year fixed rate with no upfront or ongoing fees.
3.99%
3.84%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
A two year fixed rate home loan with no annual or application fees.
3.89%
3.81%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
A low interest rate home loan with an LVR up to 80%.
3.79%
3.80%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
A competitive rate with no ongoing monthly fees or application fees.
3.89%
3.90%
$0
$0 p.a.
90%
Aussie Select Basic Standard Variable home loan
4.49%
4.09%
$0
$0 p.a.
80%
A 5 year fixed home loan with a low interest rate for owner occupiers.
3.69%
3.90%
$0
$0 p.a.
70%
3.88%
3.82%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
3.69%
3.70%
$0
$0 p.a.
70%
3.99%
4.19%
$0
$0 p.a.
90%
4.39%
4.51%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
3.88%
4.00%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
4.39%
4.70%
$0
$198 p.a.
90%

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Credit services for Aussie Select and Aussie Optimizer products are provided by AHL Investments Pty Ltd ACN 105 265 861 ("Aussie") and its appointed credit representatives, Australian Credit Licence 246786. Credit for Aussie Select products is provided by Residential Mortgage Group Pty Ltd ACN 152 378 133, Australian Credit Licence 414133. Credit for Aussie Optimizer products is provided by Perpetual Ltd ACN 000 431 827.

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Aussie Home Loans is both a lender and a mortgage broker, and offers a range of services.

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  • Over 1000 brokers who are able to help you in your local area.

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What home loans do Aussie offer?

Fixed home loans

Aussie has a number of fixed rate loans on offer, including the Select Basic Fixed and the Optimizer Fixed and Optimizer Plus Fixed. Each loan has fixed terms of between one and five years, so you can choose a term which suits your needs. Some of these loans allow borrowers to make additional repayments during the fixed term.

Variable rate home loans

If you want to enjoy the drops in interest rates and ride out the rises you may choose one of Aussie’s variable loans when you purchase your first or next home. You’ll also be able to enjoy a range of features, including redraw and loan splitting, plus there are no or few ongoing fees.

Line of credit

If you have equity in your property you may be eligible for a line of credit above the amount of your home loan from Aussie. You can use your line of credit to cover renovations or go on a holiday and with a line of credit loan, it’s typically cheaper than credit cards or unsecured lines of credit, and don’t have to repay the amount until you reach your credit limit. Should you sell the security, this has to be repaid in full.

Low doc

Low Documentation (Low Doc) Home Loans are designed for the self-employed and small business owners who may not have access to the financial statements and tax returns usually required when applying for a home loan.

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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?

    • Staff
      BelindaSeptember 4, 2015Staff

      Hi Main,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

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

      Also, you can learn more about applying for a new loan when receiving government benefits here, and you can click the ‘enquire’ button to speak with a mortgage broker who will be able to draw upon their panel of lenders to find one that’s more likely to review your application.

      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.

    • Staff
      BelindaJune 1, 2015Staff

      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 on this page.

      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.

    • Staff
      ShirleyFebruary 27, 2015Staff

      Hi Jackie,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please note that finder.com.au is an online comparison service and does not represent Aussie Mortgage Brokers. If you would like to discuss your eligibility or options, please get in touch with them directly.

      If you’d like, you can also compare a range of line of credit loans on this page.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    PeterJuly 19, 2014

    Aussie phone number for SA.

    • Staff
      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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    shivangApril 4, 2014

    I am looking for business loan around $ 275000 for dominos pizza franchise. I had 170000$ ready in my bank account for margin money. Store selection is completed.

    can you guide me the contacts for the business loan in sydney?

    Regards,

    Shivang

    • Staff
      MarcApril 7, 2014Staff

      Hi Shivang,
      thanks for the question.

      Unfortunately we don’t offer a comprehensive business loan comparison at this current time. I’d recommend carrying out your own comparison of business loans on the internet and then contacting a lender you’re interested in to find out more. I’m more than happy to help give a general comparison of any specific loans you find promising.

      Sorry I couldn’t be of more help,
      Marc.

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