The available redraw on your loan may reduce so that by the end of your agreed loan term, both your loan balance and the available redraw will be zero.
Adjustments to your available redraw will occur on your monthly repayment date. This ensures you pay off your loan within your contracted loan term, and also protects you against any unexpected increases in your minimum repayment.
The funds you have deposited into your loan will go toward paying off your loan principal.
The rate at which your redraw balance will reduce is dependent on a number of factors and is different for every customer.
Cara takes out a $500,000 variable rate home loan with a loan term of 30 years. She makes principal and interest repayments on her loan. The graph shows how her home loan balance will decrease over time.
Let’s say Cara makes a $200,000 additional repayment toward her loan in year 10, and continues to pay the minimum repayment to pay off her loan in 30 years. Her minimum principal and interest repayment will reduce.
For the purposes of the examples, all amounts have been rounded to the nearest dollar. Actual repayments may involve dollars and cents. Applications are subject to credit approval. Full terms and conditions will be included in our loan offer. Fees and charges are payable. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should consider its appropriateness to your circumstances before acting on the advice. You should also read our Financial Services Guide.
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