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Aussie is a trade mark of AHL Investments Pty Ltd. Aussie is a partly owned subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 234945. © 2016 AHL Investments Pty Ltd ABN 27 105 265 861 Australian Credit Licence 246786. 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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6 Responses to Aussie Mortgage Broker Enquiry

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    RICHARD | September 26, 2016

    I’m self Employed and are wanting to do a low doc loan for an investment property interest only for 2 years and wanting a interest rate below 3.9%
    property is $490k.

    My question is… What is the least amount of deposit I can put on this property without attracting mortgage insurance?

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      May | September 29, 2016

      Hi Richard,

      Thank you for contacting we are a financial comparison website and general information service we are not mortgage specialists so can only offer general advice.

      Usually, you will have to pay an upfront charge for the lender’s mortgage insurance if you borrow 80% of the property value on a standard loan or more than 60% of the property value on a low doc loan. So to avoid the LMI, you may have to keep your loan to value ratio below 60%. For a property worth $490,000, your deposit amount could approximately be around $196,000 or higher.

      Nevertheless, you can speak to a mortgage broker to discuss the options available for your specific situation.


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    Roo | January 30, 2015

    Hello, I was wondering if having a line of credit or portfolio would be best for me. I have another house that has just over 5% equity as well as around 35,000. Other places I have asked have said I still need to pay all LMI, stamp duty etc. Is there a loan that has all of that inclusive? The property we are looking at is $537,000, is this doable and where? Thank you, Roo.

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      Shirley | January 30, 2015

      Hi Roo,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please note that you come through to, an online comparison service. Unfortunately we’re not in a position to be providing financial advice.

      If you would like to discuss your eligibility or options with Aussie, please click this link to submit an obligation-free enquiry.


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    Michele | September 10, 2013

    We currently have a home loan with NAB of $221k
    We also have a business loan with them, however we sold the business that these loans related to and NAB are not prepared to transfer these loans onto our home loan facility – therefore we need to refinance to avoid having to sell our home to pay out the business loans. The business loans total $234k. We therefore need to borrow $455k. Is there anyone that will look at this? We have always had perfect credit ratings in the past, however do have a default listed on one borrowers file, we came to an agreement with Citibank to pay a reduced amount to clear our credit card debt with them which was paid – however they still have the entire amount listed on our file – I am going to see if this can be rectified to show the true situation.

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      Marc | September 10, 2013

      Hello Michele,
      thanks for the question.

      It may be helpful to contact a mortgage broker or bank directly regarding this. Stress that you’re not making an application but just an enquiry, as any applications, whether approved or rejected will still appear on your credit file. Some lenders will still lend to those with defaults on their file, such as Pepper Home Loans and Fox Symes, so it may be useful to conduct a search of lenders like these.

      I hope this helps,

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