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Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate review

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The Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan is an investment home loan with a competitive variable rate. You can go through the entire home loan process online.

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The Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan is available to investors buying property in a capital city or major regional area in every state or territory.

Tic:Toc is an online lender partnered with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. Its streamlined application process is entirely online and can help you get approved faster.

About this loan

What are the features and benefits of the Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan?

  • Loan-to-value ratio (LVR). The Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan will allow you to borrow up to [80% of the property's value. This means you'll need at least a 20% deposit.
  • Repayment type and frequency. You can make payments on your home loan weekly, monthly or fortnightly, and payments can be set up via direct debit. You can also make unlimited additional repayments. However, this loan does not allow interest-only repayments.
  • Offset account option. You can add an offset account to your home loan for a $10 monthly fee.
  • Free redraw. The Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan allows unlimited free redraws.
  • No fees. You won't pay any fees for the Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan. There are no application fees, ongoing fees or settlement fees. Tic:Toc will also provide a free valuation.
  • Easy application. The entire Tic:Toc application process is online.

What fees and charges come with this loan?

  • Optional offset account fee: $10. There is a $10 monthly fee if you want to add an offset account.

How to apply

If you've compared home loans and think the Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan could fit your investment needs, click the button below to be taken to the Tic:Toc website. You'll need to provide a few details in order to apply for a loan.

  • Personal information. You'll need to provide valid ID, such as your passport or Medicare card.
  • Property information. You'll need to provide the address and estimated value of the home you're buying or refinancing.
  • Financial information. Tic:Toc will want to know details about your household income and expenditures. Tic:Toc can use your online banking logins to verify all your financial information, so you won't need to upload documents.

The Tic:Toc Invest Variable Rate home loan offers speedy approval and a convenient application process. Add it to your comparison today.

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    Richard
    August 7, 2019

    My wife would like to refinance her Adelaide SA investment Property, Interest Only loan.

    The property value is $660,000.00 with an interest-only loan of $370,000.00. The current interest-only loan from ANZ Bank will need to be refinanced by Jan. 2020.

    The property is currently leased at $595.00 per week and has been for the past 2 1/2 years with the lease to roll over in Feb. 2020 for an additional 1 year.

    Can someone advise us on the bank will not take my USA social security pension of $34,000.00 per year into consideration for re-qualifying. Total annual income for my wife and I is $95,000.00 per year. We own our current home valued at $700,000.00, with significant savings in super and cash and marginal debt.

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      Nikki
      August 13, 2019

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks for getting in touch! While we review multiple lenders on our side, in regards to your situation, a mortgage broker would be the best person to reach out to as they would be able to give you expert advice.

      Sorry I couldn’t be of help at this time. Feel free to reach out again for further assistance.

      Kind regards,
      Nikki

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    joseph
    December 25, 2017

    can I get a construction loan here in s.a. , $350,000 based on equity of 4 existing properties . Equity is more than two times asking loan. I am a professional builder with 40 years experience.

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      Arnold
      December 28, 2017

      Hi Joseph,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      You may refer to our list of equity construction loans to see which lender suits you.

      Always approach your bank or mortgage broker about a pre-approval for your construction loans. This will let you know exactly how much you’re able to spend on your land and your construction costs as a combined total. This is also a great way to ensure you don’t go over budget.

      When you are ready, you may then click on the “Go to site” button and you will be redirected to the lender’s website where you can proceed with the application or get in touch with their representatives for further inquiries you may have.

      Before applying, please ensure that you meet all the eligibility criteria and read through the details of the needed requirements as well as the relevant Product Disclosure Statements/Terms and Conditions when comparing your options before making a decision on whether it is right for you. You can also contact the provider if you have specific questions.

      Hope this information helps

      Cheers,
      Arnold

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