SPECIAL OFFER
Offset
Home Buyer Special
Rates from
3.62%
Variable rate p.a.*
3.64%
Comp rate p.a.*

A limited time offer to home buyers so you can pay off your home loan faster and with less interest

 
  • A 100% redraw offset facility with linked Visa debit card
  • Unlimited free redraws with no minimum redraw amount
  • No monthly or ongoing fees
  • Owner occupiers only
  • Minimum 20% deposit
  • $1 million maximum


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Finance was completed within timeframe

Confirmation of finance was completed within our finance clause requirement. Great communication from staff. Very happy with the low rate.

Geoffrey H.
2017
Howrah, TAS


 

Special reduced rate for home buyers


During Spring, people purchasing a property to live in can save an extra 0.10% on our Offset loan.

Many people choose to take out a home loan with a 100% redraw offset facility because it can help them to pay off their loan faster and with less interest.

Whenever you put money into your redraw offset facility that money is 100% “offset” against your home loan.

Let’s look at an example:

  • Say you had a home loan of $350,000 and you put $10,000 into your redraw offset facility.
  • This would mean that you only pay interest on $340,000.


How will this affect monthly repayments?
Your monthly repayment won’t change, but you will be paying more off on your home loan principal each month, so you will pay off your mortgage faster and with less total interest.

How can I access my money?
Importantly, while your money is in the offset you can still access it online or via VISA Debit and ATMs.

For that reason, many people choose to maximise the “offset effect” by having their salary paid into their redraw offset facility, and drawing it out it as they need it.​

The benefits of an redraw offset facility

In summary, the benefits of an redraw offset facility are threefold:

  • You can still access the money in yourt redraw offset facility for regular withdrawals, transfers and bill payments

  • You can pay off your loan faster, and with less interest

  • You may find it easier to manage your loan repayments by consolidating your finances in one account.

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