Find a Mortgage Broker in Canberra

Get the financing you need to buy the home you want in Canberra with help from an experienced mortgage broker.Mortgage Broker Canberra Feature

The national capital of Canberra combines all the features of a big city with relaxing, natural bushland surrounds. Known as "the bush capital", Canberra has a population of more than 380,000, making it the largest inland city in Australia. And even though it’s home to many politicians, it’s still a great place to live for singles, couples, families and the elderly.

If you’re in the market for a home loan to help you buy property in Canberra, a mortgage broker can offer the advice and expertise you need to find the perfect mortgage.

Which brokers have offices in Canberra?

Rates last updated February 21st, 2018
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Aussie Home Loans
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.
Up to 20 lenders Enquire Now More info
Yellow Brick Road
Yellow Brick Road
Yellow Brick Road has over 40 lenders on their panel, as well as their own competitive home loans. 40+ lenders Enquire Now More info
Finsure
Finsure
Finsure has loan offers from over 35 lenders, including major brands, and will work to find a home loan that suits your property needs.
Over 35 lenders Enquire Now More info
eChoice Mortgage Brokers
eChoice Mortgage Brokers
When you do business with eChoice you will be given your own home loan manager to help you select a loan. 25 lenders Enquire Now More info

Other brokers

  • Loan Market
  • Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers
  • ProMortgage
  • The Home Loan Centre
  • Beresfords Personal Wealth Management
  • Trilogy Funding
  • Oak Laurel
  • Dominion Finance

What will a typical mortgage cost in Canberra?

The median house price in Canberra is $600,000, which means a 20% deposit would be $120,000. If you borrowed the remaining $480,000 at an interest rate of 4.50% for 30 years, your monthly repayments would be $2,432.09 and the total cost of the loan would be $875,552.22.

How is a mortgage broker paid?

Mortgage brokers receive commissions from lenders for generating new business. They are paid an initial commission when you first take out a loan and a trailing commission each year that you still owe money on your mortgage.

Find out how brokers get paid

How does a mortgage broker work?

A mortgage broker has a legal duty of care to take all reasonable steps to match you with a loan you can afford to repay and that suits your requirements. After sitting down with you to discuss your financial situation and how much you would like to borrow, a broker can then present you with a choice of loans from their panel of lenders.

Find out all you need to know about the broking process

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