|Fee type||Fee amount|
Other fees and charges may apply.
|Maximum loan term||Up to 30 years|
|Minimum new loan amount||$150,000|
|Maximum new loan amount||$10,000,000|
|Minimum increase amount||$10,000|
|Multiple loan accounts||Up to 6|
||Principal and interest or interest only
|Interest only duration
||Up to 5 years2|
|Additional payments||Unlimited if your account is on a variable interest rate, however if your account is on a fixed interest rate you can make additional repayments of up to $10,000 per year.
||Direct debit or EFT/Salary credit
|Redraw||Unlimited if your account is on a variable interest rate, however if your account is on a fixed interest rate you can redraw at the end of your fixed period.|
|Access and payment types||Availability|
|Mobile banking app
||iOS / Android
||Every 6 months
Daily Pay Anyone Payment limit
Daily BPAY limit
Some billers may impose their own limits.
|Up to the available balance of your account|
Fast turnaround times
With a straightforward application process and fast turnaround times, you'll get a timely response on the status of your loan.
We'll keep you informed and up to date throughout the process. And if you need any help along the way, our home loan specialists are available to answer any questions.
You can request a call online or give us a call on 13 62 27 to speak with a home loan specialist.
As your application progresses, you'll be kept up to date with email notifications and calls from your dedicated home loan specialist.
Fixed rate home loans have an interest rate that is fixed for a set period of time (typically from one to five years). At the end of the fixed rate term, the loan will usually switch to a variable rate.
Variable rate home loans have an interest rate that can move up or down according to market forces, which impacts the amount of interest you pay.
Macquarie home loans are flexible and allow you to access both a fixed rate and variable rate for your loan. As a borrower, this means you can:
Splitting your loan between variable and fixed interest rates gives you flexibility to structure your loan to suit your circumstances. You can divide your home loan in a variety of ways, such as locking in a fixed interest rate portion and variable interest rate portion, to take advantage of a mix of rate types over the life of your loan.
Please note: You can’t have the entirety of your offset home loan assigned to a fixed rate. You must have at least $20k of your offset home loan assigned to a variable interest rate.
Your redraw balance may change over time depending on several factors, including:
The below is an example explaining how redraw works where an extra payment has been made and the repayment amount has not changed on the home loan.
Sarah has a $300,000 home loan with a 30-year term. 10 years into her loan she makes an extra payment of $50,000. Her repayment amount does not change and the extra payment she’s made means she is paying less interest on her home loan. This results in Sarah paying off her home loan sooner. Because Sarah has maintained her repayments at the same amount, she can access her redraw balance up until her loan is paid off. If she continues to keep her loan open after it’s paid off, then available redraw will start reducing to ensure her home loan limit is $0 at the end of her loan term.
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The comparison rates are based on a loan for $150,000 and a term of 25 years. WARNING: This comparison rate applies only to the example or 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, are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan.
Rate applies for new loans when you borrow up to 60% of the property value with a principal and interest repayment variable rate loan. Subject to change without notice.
Offset accounts cannot be linked to fixed rate loan accounts. For split loans, with a fixed and variable rate portion, the variable rate loan account must have a minimum limit of $20,000 to qualify for an offset account.
As benchmarked across major lenders.
Fixed rate loans may be subject to significant break costs. Please refer to your loan contract and terms for details of break costs applicable. At the end of the fixed rate period, the loan rate will revert to the variable interest rate detailed in your loan contract, as applicable at that time. Offset accounts cannot be linked to loan accounts with a fixed interest rate and you must have a variable rate loan account with a minimum balance of $20,000 to qualify for a fixed rate.
If you’ve chosen to make interest only repayments at any stage of your loan, you may end up paying more interest over the life of the loan. This is because you are deferring your principal repayments. At the end of your interest only period, your minimum contractual repayments will increase to include principal repayments as well as interest.
This information is provided by Macquarie Bank Australian Credit Licence 237502 and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether it is appropriate for you. Lending criteria, fees and T&Cs apply.
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Home loan information and interest rates are current as at 13 May 2022 for new loans only and are subject to change.