Aussie Home Loans is both a lender and a mortgage broker, and offers a range of services.
Besides 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.
Compare Aussie's Home Loan products
Rates last updated June 23rd, 2017.
- Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed LVR up to 80% (Owner Occupier)
Interest rate increased by 0.10%
January 1st, 2017
- Aussie Select Basic Fixed Rate Home Loan - 2 Year Fixed LVR up to 80% (Owner Occupier)
Interest rate is now 3.99%
January 26th, 2017
- Aussie Optimizer Variable Rate - LVR <= 80% (Owner Occupier + P&I)
Interest rate is now 3.86%
April 11th, 2017
Aussie can save you time and effort by helping you research, organise and apply for your home loan. They compare thousands of home loans to help find the right deal for you. Fill out the form on the left and an Aussie Mortgage Broker will meet you at a time of your choosing to discuss your needs and help you find the right home loan.
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 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.Back to top