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Credit services for Aussie Select, Aussie Activate and Aussie Elevate 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 (“RMG”). RMG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 234945. Credit for Aussie Activate products is provided by Pepper Finance Corporation Limited ACN 094 317 647 (“Pepper”). Pepper Group Limited ACN 094 317 665, Australian Credit Licence 286655 acts on behalf of Pepper. Credit services for Aussie Elevate products are provided by AHL Investments Pty Ltd ACN 105 265 861 Australian Credit Licence 246786 (“Aussie”) and its appointed credit representatives. Aussie is a trade mark of AHL Investments Pty Ltd ABN 27 105 265 861. Credit and any applicable offset accounts for Aussie Elevate are issued by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178 AFSL / Australian Credit Licence 237879.

Aussie is a trade mark of AHL Investments Pty Ltd. Aussie is a subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. ©2018 AHL Investments Pty Ltd ABN 27 105 265 861 Australian Credit Licence 246786.

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Aussie is both a lender and a mortgage broker, and offers a range of services.

  • FREE Suburb and Property Report with every appointment.
  • Access 3,000+ loans from over 20 lenders.
  • Get expert help with your loan application, including paperwork and eligibility.

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How can I find a good broker?

A good broker should work tirelessly to help you get the finance you need. They'll be easily contactable, be proactive about keeping you updated and will try to find solutions to complex borrowing situations.

You'll want to check that your broker is accredited through ASIC, with either an Australian Credit License or as an Australian Credit Representative. Brokers are also required to be members of an industry association, either the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) or the Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA).

How is a mortgage broker paid?

As a reward for generating new business from customers, mortgage brokers receive two types of commissions from lenders. They are paid an upfront commission when you sign up for a loan, plus a trailing commission every year you still owe money on the loan. But if you decide to refinance your mortgage elsewhere, the broker might have to pay a clawback commission fee to your original lender.

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How does a mortgage broker work?

Mortgage brokers have a responsibility to find you a loan that is not unsuitable for your requirements and that you can comfortably afford to service. A broker will assess your income and financial capacity carefully before presenting you with a selection of loans from their panel of lenders.

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    SandraAugust 6, 2017

    I am receiving a single payment an a foster care payment .I am renting at the moment but would like to use the money I am paying on rent towards a home of my own as the rent increases each year .I also have a car loan an that payment could also go towards a home loan if it could be paid out

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      DeeAugust 6, 2017Staff

      Hi Sandra,

      Thanks for your question.

      If you are receiving foster care allowances, kindly note that this is accepted as a form of income but you need to be receiving another source of income. For more information on Centrelink loans, you can check our guide on this page.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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