Are you paying too much for your mortgage?
A recent report revealed that most home owners haven’t taken advantage of Australia’s record-low interest rates, paying on average an extra 1.75% higher than the lowest rates available on their home loan.
The same report uncovered that over 90% of Australian’s don’t even know what the interest rate is on their mortgage!
Home owners who refinance are often putting significant amounts of cash back in their pockets every month.
Do you want to pay less for your mortgage?
Another study revealed that savvy Australian’s who shopped around to find better interest rates and essential services saved a combined $2.5 billion per year. If the whole nation switched, Australians could save a staggering $11.6 billion per year.
You may be one of the many who are overpaying and we would like to put that right, and the money back in your pocket!
Questions about your Refinance??
How much can I save?
It’s not uncommon to save half a percent or more on your interest rate, we’ve even seen reductions as high as 3 or 4 percent on a home loan rate. A 0.5% savings on a $400,000 mortgage could be as much as $160* or more per month – it makes sense to take a proactive approach to your finances with regular reviews.
*$160 per month calculated based on a $400,000 mortgage x 0.5% reduction in the interest rate divided by 12 months.
Do I need to change banks all the time to keep a good rate?
It could be a simple change with you current lender, or no change at all – or perhaps there is another bank worth considering? Whatever it may be, we will be sure to let you know when the time comes.
How long will it take
From there we can give you all the information you need to guide you on your way, if you’re happy with what we’ve spoken about we can arrange a pre-approval to give you peace of mind and ensure you can put forward a strong purchase offer. Each lender will have a different application time frame and we can advise you of what they are.
Lets find out what is possible for you.
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