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Aussie MortgageIt can be confusing to know whether to get a variable rate or fixed rate mortgage, and what features are important. That's why it's important to not only check the right rates, but make sure that you're getting the right features in your home loan.


Just fill in a few details below and we'll then arrange for an Aussie Mortgage Broker to contact you and work out what features or types of loans are right for your needs. We'll even do the running around and the paperwork. Plus, our mortgage broking service is at no cost to you.


Compare home loans offered by up to 19 banks and lenders

  • Purpose of mortgage
  • Household Income
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  • How much do you want to borrow?
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  • How much deposit do you have?
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  • How much is your house worth?
    $
  • How much do you still owe on your mortgage?
    $
  • What type of mortgage do you have?


  • How much is your new home?
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  • How much do you want to borrow?
    $
  • What type of mortgage do you want?


  • How soon do you want a mortgage?
  • Where do you live?
  • First name:
  • Last name:
  • Phone number:
  • Alternative number:
  • E-mail address:
  • Loan types



  • Loan purpose
  • Loan amount
  • $
  • Loan period
  • years

Home Loan Help

Guide to Loans

  • Variable Rate Home Loans
  • Offset account loan
  • Fixed Rate Home Loans
  • Reverse Mortgages
  • Home Equity Loans
  • Line of credit

Standard variable is the biggest selling loan category in the market and accounts for a big chunk of mortgage business. Getting a standard variable home loan is an easy process for a borrower who meets mainstream criteria and holds a good credit record.

Standard variable home loans often include redraw facilities, portability features and allow the borrower to make additional repayments. Borrowers have the option of making repayments weekly, fortnightly or monthly, and can combine their loan with another eg fixed rate or split loan. However, these flexible features come at a price – interest rates on standard variable home loans are higher compared to the basic loans.

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