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What the ‘best / most suitable home loan’ means for you

The “best” home loan is a very individual proposition. To decide what the best home loan for you might be, you need to consider your individual circumstances now and proposed in the future. Some things to take into account might be:

Your “current” financial needs

What sort of repayment options are best suited to your current situation? Your interest rate and your loan term will impact your monthly repayments. Making “Interest Only” repayments is also an option usually popular with investors, because interest repayments are tax deductible and over the course of the year investors can claim this and recently the government has forced most lenders to increase “Interest Only” & “Investment” rates. You may also be paying only “interest” repayments during a construction loan if you are building a new house, as these repayments are lower than regular “principal and interest” repayments. This allows you to make smaller monthly repayments because you are probably still paying rent until your new house is built.

Your “future” financial needs

A home loan is a long term, financial tool that will help you buy one of the biggest assets you will own. To find a home loan that grows with you, you’ll need to think about your needs and wants for now and the future. For young professionals for example, a no-frills home loan with a fixed interest rate could help you get used to repayments. When the fixed rate period ends, you have the ability to refinance to a more flexible (variable) home loan as you become a parent or have bigger, financial goals or go for another fixed term…or a mix of both.

The purpose of the home loan

Whether you are buying a property as an investment or as your own home can affect grants you are eligible for, stamp duty costs and interest rates etc, and how you manage your repayments and interest at tax time. There can also be some BIG rate differences between “home loans” and  “investment loans” so make sure you are comparing the right type of loan where your needs are being met.

Difference between “Offset” & “Redraw”

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