Find a mortgage broker in Campbelltown

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Finding the right home loan to buy property in Campbelltown is easy when you have an experienced mortgage broker on your side.Mortgage Broker Campbelltown Feature

Campbelltown is a suburb and major centre located 50km south-west of the Sydney CBD. Home to a number of historic buildings, the suburb offers plenty of attractive features to its residents. With a wide choice of schools, the area encompassed by the City of Campbelltown local government area has a population of almost 150,000.

If you’re interested in purchasing property in the area and you need finance to do so, a Campbelltown mortgage broker can help you find the perfect home loan for your financial situation.

Which brokers have offices or are available in Campbelltown?

Broker Details No. of Lenders
Aussie Home Loans Details and Application
Aussie Home Loans

Aussie is one of Australia's leading financial service providers, having won The Adviser’s Top Mortgage Broker award for the last 3 years. They charge no appointment fees and can meet at a time and place which suits you.

20 Enquire
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Online Home Loans Details and Application
Online Home Loans

Online Home Loans is a mortgage broker service designed to help Australian borrowers find the right home loan – and do it all online.

Enquire
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iConnect Financial Services
iConnect Financial

iConnect has hundreds of loans available through more than 40 lenders in Australia to choose from to find the home loan that is right for you.

40+ Enquire
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Other brokers

  • Mortgage Choice
  • JPB Mortgage Group
  • Our Mortgage Options
  • Comprehensive Lending Solutions
  • Glenavon Finance
  • Forte Financial Services
  • Excel Home Loans
  • The Mortgage and Finance Centre

What are the main suburbs in and around Campbelltown?

Mortgage Broker Campbelltown - Map

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1. Campbelltown

Located on the fringes of metropolitan Sydney, Campbelltown offers all the amenities of a major centre along with a huge selection of natural escapes right on its doorstep. It boasts a thriving arts scene, cosmopolitan dining and entertainment options, and is home to 10,400 people.

The median household income in Campbelltown is $993 per week. The two largest demographic groups in the suburb are older couples and families (15.3%) and established couples and families (14.5%).

The median sale price for a house in Campbelltown is $527,750, annual capital growth is 6.34% and gross rental yield is 3.94%.

2. Ingleburn

Located 44km south-west of Sydney, Ingleburn sits halfway between the centres of Campbelltown and Liverpool. It features two shopping centres, a railway station and five schools.

Ingleburn has a population of 13,902 and the median weekly household income in the suburb is $1,210. The two largest demographic groups in Ingleburn are older couples and families (21.3%) and established couples and families (16.9%).

The median house price in Ingleburn is $582,000, annual capital growth is 6.11% and gross rental yield is 3.75%.

3. Leumeah

Located 52km south-west of the Sydney CBD, Leumeah is home to 9,418 residents. It also features Campbelltown Stadium, a train station, a shopping centre and two schools.

The median household income in the suburb is $1,144 per week. The two largest demographic groups are older couples and families (21.9%) and established couples and families (13.5%).

The median sale price for a house in Leumeah is $497,000, annual capital growth is 4.56% and gross rental yield is 4.34%.

4. Macquarie Fields

Situated 42km south-west of Sydney, Macquarie Fields combines private and public housing in a suburb fringed by bushland. It’s home to 13,170 residents, a train station, Glenquarie Shopping Centre and seven schools.

The two largest demographic groups in Macquarie Fields are older couples and families and established couples and families, which respectively make up 19.1% and 16.5% of the population. The median weekly household income in the suburb is $989.

The median house price in Macquarie Fields is $525,500, annual capital growth is 5.81% and gross rental yield is 4.16%.

5. Minto

Minto is home to 10,306 people and located 48km south-west of the Sydney CBD. Famous NRL footballers and code-hoppers Jarryd Hayne and Israel Folau grew up in Minto, which has two high schools, five primary schools and a special school.

The median weekly household income in Minto is $1,152. Older couples and families and established couples and families are the two largest demographic groups in the suburb, respectively representing 18.5% and 15.8% of the population.

The median house price in Minto is $525,000, annual capital growth is 6.22% and gross rental yield is 4.06%.

Buying property in Campbelltown

The following considerations could influence your decision to purchase property in the Campbelltown area:

  • High-rise development. Earlier in 2015, Campbelltown City Council revealed that more than 10,500 high-rise units are planned for Campbelltown in the next 20 years. The multi-storey units will be built along the rail line, with the majority to be built between Campbelltown and Macarthur stations.
  • Property prices. In the 10 years from 2005 to 2015, the median house price in Campbelltown increased from $287,000 to $565,000. During the same period, the median unit price increased from $270,000 to $405,000.

Suburb property prices in Campbelltown

Campbelltown

Mortgage Broker campbelltown graph

Source: APM PriceFinder

From 2014 to 2015, the median house price in Campbelltown increased substantially from $438,000 to $565,000.

Ingleburn

Mortgage Broker Campbelltown - ingleburn graph

Source: APM PriceFinder

From $492,000 in 2014, the median sale price for houses in Ingleburn jumped to $612,500 in 2015.

Leumeah

Mortgage Broker Campbelltown - leumeah graph

Source: APM PriceFinder

From 2014 to 2015, Leumeah’s median house price increased from $435,000 to $536,000.

Macquarie Fields

Mortgage Broker Campbelltown - macquarie fields graph

Source: APM PriceFinder

From 2014 to 2015, the median sale price for houses in Macquarie Fields increased from $455,000 to $592,650.

Minto

Mortgage Broker Campbelltown - minto graph

Source: APM PriceFinder

Minto’s median house price increased from $440,000 in 2014 to $565,000 in 2015.

What will a typical mortgage cost in Campbelltown?

If you want to buy a house in Campbelltown at the median price of $527,750, most lenders will need you to front up a 20% deposit of $105,550. If you then borrowed the rest of the purchase price — $422,200 — at an interest rate of 4.5% p.a. on a 25-year loan, your fortnightly repayments would equal $1,082.51. The total cost over the life of the loan would amount to $703,633.65.

If you want to purchase a unit at the median price of $393,888, a 20% deposit of $78,777.60 would be required. Borrowing the rest of the purchase price — $315,110.40 — at a rate of 4.50% p.a. on a 25-year loan would result in fortnightly repayments of $807.94. The total cost of the loan would be $525,159.36.

How is a mortgage broker paid?

Mortgage brokers receive paid commissions from lenders when they attract new business. They receive an initial commission when you sign up for a loan, plus a trailing commission that is determined by the amount owing on your loan each year.

Read our guide to how mortgage brokers are paid

How does a mortgage broker work?

A broker will assess your financial situation before offering you a range of suitable home loans from a panel of lenders. Our guide to mortgage brokers provides all the information you need to know about how mortgage brokers work.

Read our guide on how brokers work


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