Find a mortgage broker in Darwin

Let a professional mortgage broker help you find the perfect home loan for your Darwin property purchase.

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Searching for a mortgage broker? Darwin-based brokers know the local area and can help you get a loan to help you purchase the property of your dreams.

What will a typical mortgage cost in Darwin?

The median unit price in Darwin is $460,000, which means a 20% deposit would be $92,000. If you then borrowed the remaining $368,000 at 4.50% p.a. on a 30-year loan, your monthly repayment amount would be $1,864.60 and the total cost over the life of the loan would be $671,256.70.

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Name Product Upfront consultation fee Variable rates from Comparison rates from Lenders on panel Apply Now
Finsure
$0
3.03%
3.04%
35
Finsure has a large panel of lenders and offers flexible mortgage solutions for borrowers.
Mortgage Choice
$0
3.03%
3.04%
20
Mortgage Choice's extensive broker network can help you find the right home loan.
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How is a mortgage broker paid?

Brokers are paid via an initial commission when you are approved for a home loan, as well as a trailing commission each year, based on the amount still owing on your mortgage.

These commissions are paid by the lender, not by you – so the cost to use a mortgage broker for you is usually free.

Learn how brokers are paid

How does a mortgage broker work?

Mortgage brokers have a responsibility to act in your best financial interests and help you find a home loan you can afford to repay. So after assessing your finances and the amount you wish to borrow, a broker will present you with a selection of loans from their panel of lenders that have all the features you require.

Learn about the broking process


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