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Owner Occupied Home Loans

FLEXIDISCOUNT HOME LOAN
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ProductLoan TypeFixed Rate (p.a.)Variable Rate (p.a.)Comparison Rate (p.a.)#
FLEXIDISCOUNT HOME LOAN
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
4.09%-3.82%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
4.19%-3.89%
LVR >80% ≤90%Variable LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
-4.09%4.11%
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
4.59%-4.15%
2 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
4.49%-4.18%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
4.69%-4.26%
LVR >90%Variable LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
-4.19%4.23%
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
4.69%-4.27%
2 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
4.59%-4.30%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
4.79%-4.38%
TOPLINE HOME LOAN
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ProductLoan TypeFixed Rate (p.a.)Variable Rate (p.a.)Comparison Rate (p.a.)#
TOPLINE HOME LOAN
LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
-4.19%4.21%
LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

 >90%
-4.29%4.33%
FLEXILINE
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Product

FLEXILINE

ProductLoan TypeFixed Rate (p.a.)Variable Rate (p.a.)Comparison Rate (p.a.)#
FLEXILINE
 

Residential Investment Loans

TOPLINE LOAN
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Product

TOPLINE LOAN

ProductLoan TypeFixed Rate (p.a.)Variable Rate (p.a.)Comparison Rate (p.a.)#
TOPLINE LOAN
LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
-4.69%4.73%
LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
-4.89%4.93%
LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
-5.09%5.17%
FLEXICHOICE LOAN
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ProductLoan TypeFixed Rate (p.a.)Variable Rate (p.a.)Comparison Rate (p.a.)#
FLEXICHOICE LOAN
LVR ≤80%Variable LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
-5.52%5.67%
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
4.69%-5.59%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

≤80%
4.79%-5.47%
LVR >80% ≤90%Variable LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
-5.52%5.67%
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
5.19%-5.59%
2 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
5.09%-5.49%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>80% ≤90%
5.29%-5.47%
LVR >90%Variable LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
-5.52%5.71%
1 year fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
5.29%-5.69%
2 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
5.19%-5.65%
3 years fixed LVR

Loan to Valuation Ratio (LVR)

This is the ratio between the amount borrowed to purchase a property and the valuation of the property. For example, if you are purchasing a property valued at $300,000 and have a $60,000 deposit, the amount you would need to borrow is $240,000, equating to an LVR of 80%.

>90%
5.39%-5.67%
FLEXILINE LOAN
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FLEXILINE LOAN
Variable-5.52%-

The small, small print:

Terms and conditions including fees and charges apply. Full details are available on application. Interest rates are subject to change without notice and should be verified with your local branch.

Applications are subject to Bank of us credit assessment criteria.

#The comparison rates are calculated on the basis of a secured loan of $150,000 over a term of 25 years.

WARNING: These comparison rates apply only to the examples given. Different amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees, and cost savings such as fee waivers or loan offset accounts, are not included in the comparison rate, but may influence the cost of the loan.