eChoice is a mortgage broker that can help you sift through the home loan market to find a loan that suits you. By taking your financial and personal circumstances into account, an eChoice broker will find a loan that fits your purpose, income and lifestyle.
Which lenders are on eChoice's panel?
Every broker has a panel of lenders. eChoice brokers can help find you a home loan from a panel of over 25 lenders, including:
- Adelaide Bank
- Bank of Melbourne
- Bluestone Mortgages
- Commonwealth Bank
- Global Capital
- Homeloans Ltd
- Heritage Bank
- Keystart Home Loans
- LaTrobe Financial
- Liberty Financial
- Macquarie Bank
- ME Bank
- Pepper Home Loans
- Scottish Pacific
eChoice is an Australian broking aggregator. This means it provides support to brokers who join its network. eChoice is registered with the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) and has won multiple industry awards. eChoice is owned by the Commonwealth Bank.
Does eChoice charge a fee for its services?
Mortgage brokers don't usually charge fees to a borrower. Instead, a broker is paid a commission by the lender when the mortgage is settled. This is true for eChoice brokers too, but the eChoice website does also say "that this may not always be the case, however, so it pays to double-check with your broker."
How can a mortgage broker like eChoice help me?
Mortgage brokers can help you navigate the often-confusing home loan market to help you find the best deal. They're familiar with a variety of lenders and their policies and they can help identify which is the best fit for your specific circumstances.
eChoice mortgage brokers are licensed to provide personal advice to borrowers, whether you're looking for a straightforward home loan for purchase or refinancing, or you have a more complex situation requiring a product like a bridging loan or a low doc home loan.
For people with unique needs, such as sole traders, self-employed business people or pensioners looking for a mortgage, a broker can help you find highly specific and specialised products.
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