Beat the interest rate hikes and switch to a low rate home loan
ANZ and Commonwealth Bank have just announced an increase in their home loan interest rates by 0.16% and 0.15% respectively. They now join Westpac, that just last week became the first of the big banks to raise their home loan interest rate with a 0.14% increase.
It's only fair that customers are feeling anxious and want a better deal. A rate rise of even 0.14% will add around $420 a year in interest for an average $400,000, principal and interest home loan, over a 30-year term.
This could be the ideal time to consider refinancing to make sure you’re getting the best home loan deal possible. We are the refinancing specialists and if you have at least 20% equity in your home, you can unlock our super-low rate and take back control of your finances.
You can start by emailing us today to get a Free Quote and find out how just much you can save by switching to a lower rate home loan. You’re under no obligation to switch if we can’t give you a better deal that lowers your repayments. Why wait?