P&N Bank Home Loans

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P&N Bank is a member-owned bank that has been providing financial services since 1990. Originally known as Police & Nurses Credit Society, the bank offers a full range of banking services, insurance, loans and financial planning.

The bank has a number of physical branches in Western Australia, mostly in Perth, but members can make use of ATMs with a P&N access facility all over Australia.

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Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp Rate^ (p.a.) Application Fee Ongoing Fees Max LVR Monthly Payment
P&N Bank Smooth Home Loan - LVR 81% to 90%
No frills loan with redraw facility and flexible repayments.
4.74% 4.77% $650 $0 p.a. 90% More info
P&N Bank Smooth Home Loan - LVR 80%
No frills home loan with $0 ongoing service fee.
4.64% 4.67% $650 $0 p.a. 80% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 5 Years (LVR <= 80%) P&I
Great product that comes with great benefits such as extra repayment option available.
4.49% 4.99% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 80% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 5 Years (LVR > 80%) P&I
Enjoy the flexibility and benefits such as giving peace of mind to borrowers, protecting from interest cost and more.
4.59% 5.03% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 4 Years (LVR <= 80%) P&I
Have peace of mind and ease of budgeting your interest rate is fixed for 4 years.
4.85% 5.16% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 80% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 4 Years (LVR > 80%) P&I
Enjoy flexible options with P&N Bank Fixed Rate Home Loan.
4.95% 5.19% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 3 Years (LVR <= 80%)
Convenient repayments to choose from with P&N Bank Fixed Rate Home Loan.
3.99% 4.95% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 80% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 3 Years (LVR > 80%)
Gives you peace of mind of a fixed interest rate for 3 years still with flexible options.
4.09% 4.97% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 2 Years (LVR <= 80%)
Enjoy protection from changing interest rates with a 2 year fixed rate loan.
3.99% 5.04% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 80% More info
P&N Bank Fixed Home Loan - 2 Years (LVR > 80%)
Lock in a fixed rate for two years with a low ongoing service fee.
4.09% 5.06% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Equity Access Home Loan
A home loan which gives flexible access to your equity.
5.64% $650 $10 monthly ($120 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Easypay Home Loan
Enjoy the 100% offset account and borrow up to 95% LVR.
5.14% 5.26% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 90% More info
P&N Bank Easy Living Home Loan
Designed for those over 65 years old. Borrow up to 35% LVR.
6.24% 6.34% $850 $80 p.a. 35% More info
6.04% 6.07% $650 $8 monthly ($96 p.a.) 85% More info

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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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Home loans offered by P&N Bank

Fixed Rate home loan

P&N’s Fixed Rate home loan is available to owner-occupiers and residential property investors. Repayment options include a monthly payroll deduction, auto transfer or direct debit or Bank@Post, and the loan can be split into fixed and variable rate portions. A monthly fee applies to this loan.

Smooth home loan

The Smooth home loan is a variable rate loan which offers increased flexibility. It features a competitive rate and the option of an interest-only repayments for a set period, as well as the ability to make additional repayments. This no-frills home loan does not attract a monthly maintenance fee.

Easypay home loan

The Easypay home loan is a variable rate loan with some additional features. It offers a competitive interest rate and a longer term to repay your mortgage.

Additional repayments are allowed on this loan, while there is also a redraw facility and you can borrow from the equity in your loan account. An offset account is available for owner-occupiers.

Easypay Plus Package home loan

This is the Easypay home loan packaged together with a credit card account and a bank account. It includes a discounted variable interest rate, no standard transaction or monthly fees on your transaction account, and no home loan establishment fee. An annual fee does apply, but is waived for the first year.

Easy Living home loan

An Easy Living home loan is a reverse mortgage designed for those who have retired or are over 60 and want to access some of the equity in their home to augment their income. A reverse mortgage is suitable for those who have carefully considered why they want extra income and have already paid off their original mortgage.

Equity Access home loan

An Equity Access home loan lets you tap into the equity in your home. It has all the features of a home loan, and is available to owner occupiers and investors. Most of the features of this loan are similar to those of the Smooth Home Loan. Interest-only repayments for a set period are available and deposits can be made at any time.

Bridging home loan

Bridging home loans are suitable for when you are selling an existing home and buy another one. This short-term finance solution is available to owner-occupiers only.

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How to apply for a P&N Bank home loan

If you’d like to apply for a home from from P&N Bank, please consult a mortgage broker.

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Documents needed to apply for a P&N Bank home loan

Personal information

P&N Bank will require you to provide some personal information that can help to prove your identity. This documentation is required by law and must be provided to the bank before your home loan can be finalised.

  • Tax File Number. P&N Bank will need to have your Tax File Number (TFN) on hand to include on the loan paperwork.
  • Proof of Identification. You will be required to give provide 100 points of identification.

Property information

You will also need to provide several pieces of documentation pertaining to the purchase of your home. Each home loan may require different documentation, so be sure to talk with your agent to see what your specific requirements are. However, here is a list of the most common property documentation required:

  • Property valuation. When you obtain a loan from the bank, a proper assessment will need to be done on the property to determine its true value. This will ensure that the loan you are obtaining is equal to the value of the home being purchased.
  • Proof of title for property. P&N Bank will need to obtain a copy of the title for the property being purchased. This will guarantee that the party selling you the property is the actual owner of the property and has the rights to sell it.
  • Property sales contract. Before closing on your loan, the bank will need to have a copy of the sales contract for the property. This will provide all the details about the sale of the property.

Financial information

Although you will provide P&N Bank with your financial information at the initial stages of the application, you will also need to provide proof of that information. The bank will ask for detailed information about your earnings, assets and expenses. You’ll need to provide:

  • Proof of earnings. You must provide documentation that can prove your annual earnings. If you earn a wage, copies of your payslips should be adequate. If you are self-employed, however, you may need to submit copies of your tax returns.
  • Documentation for outstanding debt. If you have any outstanding debt that you listed on your home loan application, you will need to provide P&N Bank with a copy of the latest statement for those accounts.
  • Proof of assets. P&N Bank will need documents that can prove the value of any additional assets or income that you disclosed on your initial home loan application.

P&N Bank offers a number of viable home loan options, but make sure to seek expert advice and compare your options so you find the best loan available for your needs.

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