Resimac key facts
- Resimac is a non-bank lender based in New South Wales.
- Resimac offers home loan products for owner-occupiers and investors.
- This lender also offers other financial products such as car loans and commercial finance.
Resimac is a non-bank lender. Resimac offers a range of home loans for Australian borrowers. Check out the full table of Resimac products below or read more about the lender.
|Minimum deposit||It is possible to get a home loan from Resimac with a deposit under 5%.|
|Offset account?||You can get an offset account with several Resimac loans.|
|Repayment options||Several Resimac home loans allow you to make interest-only repayments for a limited period. The lender also offers the standard principal-and-interest repayments on its loans.|
📄 Property details. You can start a loan enquiry before you've bought a property. But to complete an application you need the address of the property and a signed contract of sale.
📄 Identification documents. You will need identification such as a driver's licence, passport or birth certificate.
📄 Proof of income documents. Recent payslips can establish your income.
📄 Asset and liability documents. You need to provide documents showing your current assets (savings accounts, investments) and liabilities (your outstanding debt).
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