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After the 4-year introductory period, your interest rate and repayments may increase as a lower discount applies for the remaining loan term.
1 You can choose to pay Principal and Interest weekly, fortnightly, or monthly. Only monthly payments are available for Interest Only. The maximum Interest Only payment period over the life of a loan is 10 years for Investment Home Loans and 5 years for Owner Occupied Home Loans, so long as there is at least 5 years remaining on the Contracted Loan Term. We have different rates that apply, depending on whether you are making Interest Only payments or Principal and Interest repayments. During an Interest Only period, your Interest Only payments won't reduce your loan balance unless you choose to make additional repayments. At the end of an Interest Only period, your repayments will increase to cover Principal and Interest components.
2 The rates shown are interest rates for Principal and Interest repayments. For all our rates including interest rates for Interest Only payments view our Home Loan Interest Rates.
3 Only available for first home buyers in Australia where none of the applicants have previously owned or currently hold an interest in a property anywhere in Australia.
Extra Home Loan – introductory variable rate provides a discounted margin off the Extra Home Loan reference rate available at the time loan documents are issued. At the end of the introductory rate period, a reduced discount applies for the remaining life of the loan which will result in the Interest Rate and repayments increasing at that time. As at 25 September 2020 Extra Home Loan reference rate for Owner Occupied home loans is 3.78% p.a. and the current Extra Home Loan reference rate for Investment home loans is 4.13% p.a.
Comparison rate calculated on a $150,000 secured loan over a 25-year term. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.
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