Yellow Brick Road Home Loans

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Yellow Brick Road offers a full suite of financial solutions, including competitive home loans.

Yellow Brick Road is an Australian public company which is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. The company is made up of a number of financial services and wealth management divisions led by their chairman Mark Bouris. YBR has a large network of branches and independent franchises, making them accessible to customers all over Australia.

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Rates last updated September 21st, 2017
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Name Product Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp Rate^ (p.a.) Application Fee Ongoing Fees Max LVR Monthly Payment Short Description
3.58%
3.58%
$0
$0 p.a.
70%
A low interest rate home loan with no application or ongoing fees.
3.99%
3.84%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
3.88%
3.81%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
6.24%
6.25%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
6.14%
6.21%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
5.99%
6.17%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
Get a competitive 3-year fixed rate with 80% maximum LVR on this SMSF loan.
5.94%
6.18%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
5.94%
6.20%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
6.19%
6.23%
$500
$0 p.a.
80%
This competitive loan is tailored to Australian residents who wish to invest in residential properties through SMSF.
4.39%
4.03%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
4.39%
3.99%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
3.99%
3.84%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
3.88%
3.80%
$0
$198 p.a.
95%
4.39%
4.03%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
4.39%
3.99%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
3.88%
3.81%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%
3.88%
3.80%
$0
$0 p.a.
95%

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Home loan products offered by YBR

  • Rate Smasher Home Loan

    The Rate Smasher home is a no-frills mortgage with a competitive variable rate. The loan has no ongoing monthly or annual fees, and you can also make additional repayments. Redraw facilities are also available, and YBR offers 24/7 online and phone access to your loan.

  • Empower Home Loan

    The Empower Home Loan is appropriate for homeowners and property investors, and there are no ongoing monthly or annual fees. You can choose between a variable or fixed interest rate, or split the loan between both. You can also choose the combination of repayment types you’d like to make. You can make unlimited additional repayments on the variable rate portion and up to an additional 5% each year without penalty on the fixed rate portion. A redraw facility is also available.

  • Empower Package

    The Empower Package offers a 100% offset account and the choice between a variable or fixed interest rate. You can also use this loan to build or renovate your home. Unlimited additional repayments are allowed on the variable rate component, up to an additional 5% each year without penalty on the fixed rate portion. A redraw facility is also available for the variable rate option.

  • Empower Line of Credit

    This home loan is suitable for those who are looking to manage their home loan and investments, and provides access to the equity in your property. You can choose between a fixed or variable account, or a combination of both. You can have up to 10 separate loan accounts to help you choose any combination that suits your needs. With a global borrowing limit and interest capitalisation, you’re provided with flexibility when you really need it. Again, unlimited additional repayments are allowed on the variable rate component, up to an additional 5% each year without penalty on the fixed rate portion.

The application process with YBR

  1. Fill in the online application

    Log onto the YBR website and browse through the home loans available. Once you've made your decision, click on 'Go to Site' and you'll be directed to the application page. You will need to fill in your personal details, as well as the purpose of your home loan.

  2. Meet a Yellow Brick Road Wealth Manager

    Your next step is to make an appointment to see your local Wealth Manager. You can arrange to see them in a branch or at your home, and here they will discuss your requirements, while taking further details so they can advance your application to the next stage.

  3. Receive pre-approval

    At this stage you may receive a pre-approval. This doesn't mean you officially have the funds, but it allows you to start looking for property knowing that you have pre-approval. Be mindful that you need unconditional approval before your home loan funds are guaranteed.

  4. Start looking for a property you want to buy

    The best way to look for property is to decide on a budget before you start looking and make sure you stick to it. Remember to have a building inspection carried out to identify any structural problems before you buy the property.

  5. Let your Wealth Manager know

    Contact your Yellow Brick Road Wealth Manager and let them know you have an interest in the property. At this point they will process the application and get you a formal offer of loan.

  6. Settlement

    Once you have a formal approval you can go ahead and start instructing a solicitor. After all the documents are signed, the loan is settled.


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Everyone needs some form of financial advice and guidance. Especially at a time when the world economy hangs finely in the balance. Although the company doesn’t exclude anybody, they make it very clear that some consumers may not be suited to their products and services.

That includes those who are very low earners, and those who struggle with poor credit history. They do suggest however, that anyone who’s interested in any of the group’s products should contact them to discuss their requirements. In some cases they may be able to show you alternative offers.

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    BRENDAMay 21, 2014

    I’ve a loan approved at the cwb, for $650000. as im looking for some property, I just read a article saying if u switch loans for .5% you could save $125. a month. Do I go with the bank I’ve always been with and they know me and happy to lend me money easy, or go with lower interest rate but they don’t know me. who can I go to to get me the best deal.

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      ShirleyMay 22, 2014Staff

      Hi Brenda,

      Thanks for your question.

      This decision is entirely up to you. If you feel as though your current bank is willing to give you the best deal (in comparison to the rest of the market) then you may want to stay with them. However, if another lender is willing to give you a better offer then you may want to consider switching.

      Our refinancing home loans guide can help you calculate your savings versus the costs of refinancing to determine whether it will make financial sense for you to do so.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    KerrieFebruary 1, 2014

    Just interested if my income could service a loan. Also the amount I would be able to borrow.?

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      ShirleyFebruary 3, 2014Staff

      Hi Kerrie,

      Thanks for your comment

      Please use our borrowing power calculator to give you an indication.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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