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2.21% comparison rate p.a.*

Estimated Repayment# $1,307.71 / month

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What is a split home loan?

A split home loan is where you can split your loan and have a part of your loan on a variable interest rate, and part of your loan on a fixed interest rate, so you can take advantage of both interest types. Key advantages of getting a split loan include getting the security of a fixed rate but also the flexibility that a variable loan features.

How does a split home loan work?

With a split home loan, you can ‘split’ your loan into multiple accounts, to reap the benefits of variable rate loans and fixed rate loans. You can choose how you split your loan, giving you flexibility to structure your loan to suit your lifestyle.

How much of a split loan can you fix?

You can choose how you'd like to split your loan. This is a flexible loan type, so you have the option to split the loan to suit you. For example, you can choose to split 60:40, with 60% of the loan has a variable repayment, while the other 40% is fixed.

What types of loans can be split?

Most loan types are able to be split, with the exception being construction loans.


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Apply for a split loan online today. Or, one of our friendly lending specialist can do the hard work for you and manage your paperwork over the phone.

Either way, we can settle your loan quickly so you can start saving thousands sooner.

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Why should you split your home loan?

There are many benefits that come with splitting your home loan, with key features being flexibility and certainty. With a split loan, you have the option to choose how much of the loan has a fixed interest rate, and how much has a variable interest rate, allowing you to tailor your loan to suit your preferences.

With this also comes certainty of always knowing what a portion of your repayment will be (due to the fixed rate percentage chosen).

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Split Home Loan Rates

Product Name

Principal & Interest rate p.a.

Rollover Rate

Rate Type

Smart Booster Home Loan~ SPECIAL OFFER
Discount Variable - 2 year

2.10%

2.46% comparison rate*

2.50%

Variable

Smart Booster Home Loan~
Discount Variable - 1 year

2.24%

2.72% comparison rate*

2.73%

Variable

1 Year Fixed-

4.24%

2.96% comparison rate*

NA

Fixed

Principal & Interest rate p.a.

2.10%

2.46% comparison rate*

Rollover Rate

2.50%

Interest Type

Variable

Principal & Interest rate p.a.

2.24%

2.72% comparison rate*

Rollover Rate

2.73%

Interest Type

Variable

Principal & Interest rate p.a.

4.24%

2.96% comparison rate*

Rollover Rate

NA

Interest Type

Fixed

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Benefits of a split home loan

Customise your loan

Enjoy the customisation of splitting your home loan how you choose to suit your needs

Make additional repayments

You can make unlimited additional repayments with the variable portion of your split home loan

Competitive interest rates

Secure a low fixed rate and take advantage of reduced repayments on the variable portion of the loan when the interest rate drops

Certainty of a fixed rate

Enjoy certainty of having a fixed rate while accessing the benefits and features of a variable rate loan

Added features

You can access loan features such as an offset sub-account with redraw for the variable portion of the loan

No fees

In addition to our great low rates, we don’t charge you any ongoing, monthly or annual fees.

Enjoy the customisation of splitting your home loan how you choose to suit your needs

You can make unlimited additional repayments with the variable portion of your split home loan

Secure a low fixed rate and take advantage of reduced repayments on the variable portion of the loan when the interest rate drops

Enjoy certainty of having a fixed rate while accessing the benefits and features of a variable rate loan

You can access loan features such as an offset sub-account with redraw for the variable portion of the loan

In addition to our great low rates, we don’t charge you any ongoing, monthly or annual fees

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Application fee

As an online lender, we save in overhead costs and pass those savings directly on to you. So, we don't charge you an application fee.

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Ongoing fees

No recurring monthly or annual fees helps save you thousands over the life of your loan.

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Repayment fee

No fees to make additional repayments and no limit to the number of additional repayments you can make, so you can pay your loan off sooner.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A fixed rate home loan is a loan that has a fixed rate which stays the same for the fixed period you choose, usually between 1-5 years. The fixed rate will not change during it’s fixed term, regardless of if market rates change, or your lender’s rates change. A variable rate home loan is a loan with an interest rate that can increase or decrease at any time, for a number of reasons including a change in the RBA cash rate or a change in your lender’s funding costs.

Yes, you can make additional payments on a split home loan. On the variable portion of your split loan, you can make unlimited additional repayments, and have access to withdraw additional repayments back from your loan’s redraw facility. On the fixed portion of your split loan, you can make additional payments of up to $10,000 per fixed year without penalty, however keep in mind the fixed portion does not have a redraw facility, so you will not be able to redraw upon your additional payments paid to your fixed portion.

Yes, you can add an offset sub-account to the variable portion of your split rate loan.

There can be many benefits of a split rate loan, depending on your financial situation and goals. The main benefit of a split rate loan is the ability to access the best of both a fixed rate loan, and a variable rate loan. A fixed rate loan offers you peace of mind that your interest rate & loan repayments will not change during the fixed period, meaning if rates increase, you will be assured your rate will not move. On the other hand, a variable rate loan offers you much more flexibility to make additional repayments, use your redraw facility, and add an off-set sub account to help maximise your interest savings.

Yes, you can refinance a split rate loan. Please however keep in mind that fixed rate break costs may be charged if you break the fixed term of your fixed portion early.

Our Process

loans.com.au makes applying for a split home loan simple. Here’s how.

Apply online

Fill out our application online for one of our split home loans or talk to one of our Australian-based lending specialists to do the hard work for you.

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Settle and save

We do everything required for the loan settlement, so you can start saving money.

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When you take out a home loan the money you borrow is called the principal, while the interest rate is the charge for borrowing the money, expressed as a percentage per year.

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