It’s a big decision, so it’s good to have someone there to help you make the right one.
Buying a home is one of the biggest things you’ll do in life. We’re here to help you by making sure you have the info and options you need to find the finance solution you’re looking for (for the house you want).
There are so many home loans to choose from, with new ones always being introduced, not to mention special offers and other ‘deals’. As an Australian mortgage broker, we’ll not only help you find a loan that suits your particular needs, but we’ll also help you complete the paperwork, and submit the application for you. At Account(able), our Australian mortgage broking experts are passionate about helping to get you the best possible deal.
It’s why more than half of Australian borrowers now use a broker to secure a home loan.
Before you use a broker you might like to get a better understanding of what’s available by visiting our Different Loan Types page.
At anytime on your home buying ‘journey’, feel free to give us a call or email us and we’ll do everything we can to make it easier for you.
We’re all unique when it comes to our finances and borrowing needs. Get an estimate on how much you may be able to borrow (subject to satisfying legal and lender requirements) with our selection of calculators. Or contact us today, we can help with calculations based on your circumstances.
Our guides to loan types and features will help you learn about the main options available. There are hundreds of different home loans available, so talk to us today.
Usually between 5% – 10% of the value of a property, which you pay when signing a Contract of Sale. Speak with us to discuss your options for a deposit. You may be able to borrow against the equity in your existing home or an investment property.
Go to our Repayment Calculator for an estimate. Because there so many different loan products, some with lower introductory rates, talk to us today about the deals currently available, we’ll work with you to find a loan set-up that’s right for you.
Most lenders offer flexible repayment options to suit your pay cycle. Aim for weekly or fortnightly repayments, instead of monthly, as you will make more payments in a year, which will shave dollars and time off your loan.
There are a number of fees and costs involved when buying a property. To help avoid any surprises, the list below sets out many of the usual costs: