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We’ve simplified the home buying application process for eligible self-employed customers.
If you’re self-employed and pay yourself a regular salary from your business, you may be eligible for a simplified income verification process without having to provide your company and/or personal financials.
Get in touch with our Home Lending Specialists to discuss your needs.
* Offer available on eligible home loans funded on and from 1 January 2020 (except for Owner Occupied Interest Only home loans, which are eligible if funded on and from 7 April 2020), where at least $250,000 has been refinanced from a financial institution other than Commonwealth Bank or Bankwest. Viridian lines of credit may be eligible as part of a multiple loan facility application if the total minimum refinance amount of $250,000 or more is met. Limit of one $2,000 cashback per borrowing entity (e.g. individual, joint borrowers, company) and per customer over a 12 month period. Limit of one $2,000 cashback per joint application. Where one of the joint applicants has received a cashback in the last 12 months, that customer will not qualify for the offer. Where all applicants have received a cashback in the past 12 months, the joint loan will not be eligible for the cashback. This offer cannot be combined with a Wealth Package fee waiver. Cashback will be credited to a Commonwealth Bank transaction account linked to the loan or the borrower/s within 90 days of loan funding (this could be a joint account with an unrelated party). We reserve the right to terminate the offer at any time. Applications subject to credit approval. Fees and charges may be payable. Full terms and conditions will be included in our loan offer.
As at 15 July 2022 Extra Home Loan reference rate for Owner Occupied home loans is 5.03% p.a. and the current Extra Home Loan reference rate for Investment home loans is 5.38% p.a.
Subject to credit approval. Fees, charges, terms and conditions apply. 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.