Bank of Sydney home loans

Bank of Sydney Home Loans

Your guide to home loans available from the Bank of Sydney.

Bank of Sydney was launched under its current brand in May 2013, rebranding from Bank of Laiki which had opened in Australia in 2001. The bank was acquired by Bank of Beirut in 2011. It operates branches in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide as well as offering a full online and mobile banking platform.

As well as home loans, Bank of Sydney offers business and individual banking products including transaction and savings accounts, credit and debit cards, foreign currency services and home loans.

The bank offers five home loans designed to suit a variety of borrowers, from first-time buyers and investors to those looking to turn the equity in their home into a line of credit.

Bank of Sydney home loans

Rates last updated February 26th, 2018
Loan purpose
Offset account
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Name Product Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp Rate^ (p.a.) Application Fee Ongoing Fees Max LVR Monthly Payment Short Description
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Annual package fee waiver for the life of the loan. Available for property purchases and refinances in Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide metro postcodes.

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Home loans offered by Bank of Sydney

Expect More home loan package

The Expect More home loan package offers a competitive ongoing variable interest rate, and includes a transaction account with offset facility.

This loan is available for owner-occupiers and investors, and often comes with a discounted rate for an introductory period. It features a redraw facility and zero account-keeping fees, but an annual fee does apply.

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How to apply for a Bank of Sydney home loan

If you’re interested in this loan and want to find out more or apply, click the green "go to site" button on this page. This will securely take you to the Bank of Sydney website. From here you can request a call back from Bank of Sydney to start a discussion about this loan and find out the next steps.

If you proceed with your application, make sure you have supporting evidence of your income and employment.

Documents needed to apply for a Bank of Sydney home loan

Personal information

You’ll need to supply a range of personal details, including your driver's licence number or passport number, as well as your current address and contact details. You'll also need to supply details about your current job and employer.

Property information

Bank of Sydney will want to see some information about the property you're using as security. This can include important documents such as the Certificate of Title and Contract of Sale.

Financial information

Bank of Sydney will need to see information about your current income, debts and assets.

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