St.George discounts fixed personal loans across the board

Elizabeth Barry 10 August 2017 NEWS

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St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne have waived fees and discounted interest rates on their fixed-rate personal loans.

St.George is doing an August push for its fixed-rate personal loan products by offering interest-rate discounts and waived fees across its fixed-rate personal loans. Those looking to apply for a personal loan can save 1% p.a. on fixed-rate unsecured personal loans and avoid having to pay an establishment fee.

The discounts apply to fixed-rate unsecured personal loans available from St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne.

The interest discount brings the rate down to a competitive 11.99% p.a., which will be locked in for the life of the loan. For each of the loans, terms can be between one and five years.

Those looking to take advantage of the offer need to apply for an unsecured fixed-rate personal loan from St.George, BankSA or Bank of Melbourne before 8 September 2017. The offer is not available for the variable-rate personal loan.

You can find out more about the offers in the table below. Before you apply, make sure you compare these with other fixed-rate personal loan offers available in the market.

LoanInterest rateLoan amountLoan termsApplication feeGo to Site
St.George Unsecured Fixed Personal Loan11.99% p.a.$3,000 - $40,0001-5 years$0Go to Site
BankSA Unsecured Fixed Personal Loan11.99% p.a.$3,000 - $40,0001-5 years$0Go to Site
Bank of Melbourne Unsecured Fixed Personal Loan11.99% p.a.$3,000 - $40,0001-5 years$0Go to Site

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