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Before negotiating a lower interest rate on your home loan, it pays to do your homework
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“You’ve got to be realistic. Go in thinking about the repayments that will have to be made after the honeymoon period has expired” Warren O’Rourke, Mortgage Choice
When Peter Horwood, a medical imaging specialist and spare-time property investor, approached his bank in order to take out another mortgage he was knocked back.
“It’s important to weigh up the costs of leaving your current mortgage with the benefits of switching to another mortgage.” Damien Macrae, head of secured finance at Westpac.
It can be confusing to know whether to get a variable rate or fixed rate mortgage, and what features are important. There is so much more to consider, such as: Can the loan be interest only? Does it have an offset or redraw account? And is there flexibility to make additional repayments and pay off your loan sooner?
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