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Interest rates for housing loans | Bank of Melbourne
Advance Bundled Annuity, currently $395, is paid from an approved transaction bank of the Bank of Melbourne. Tender is open to new credit entries from 5 June 2018 and may be amended or cancelled at any moment. Aggregate Floating Interest Rates include the current 0.15% p.a. Advantage Bundle rebate for the base interest term of the Benefit Bundle.
Excluding refinancing and changes within Westpac, St. George, Bank of Melbourne, BankSA and RAMS. Bank applies the available interest fix available at the moment of credit processing. Three hundred and sixty-five dollars a year in parcel charges. Loan min $100k. Temporary discount: Exceptional interest rates are only available for standard and portfolio variable benefit packages.
They are current offerings that can be revoked at any given moment. Those specific interest rebates are instead of and cannot be claimed in addition to the default advantage parcel rebates. Basic loan promotion rate: Only new basic loan requests from 19 September 2018 onwards are eligible for this offering.
Rebate is valid for our home loan service for the duration of the loan. Excluding refinancing within St George, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA. You can revoke this agreement at any given moment. Rates of interest may vary (and spreads may accrue). The Bank of Melbourne - A division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 African Financial Services Authority (AFSL) and Australia Loan License 233714.
Mortgages, loans and interest on deposits
Please be aware that the interest rates and Yearly Percentages (APRs) shown here are available for borrower with outstanding ratings (750 or higher) and no more than 60% Loan-to-Value (LTV). Effective interest rates and effective interest rates available to you may differ depending on creditworthiness, loan-to-value (LTV) ratios and other considerations and may be higher than those shown here.
The interest rates and effective annual interest rates shown are calculated on the basis of a 30-year maturity. In the case of variable-rate mortgages, the interest rates, annual interest rates and amount of payments may rise after the loan has been used up.