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With over 3,000 home loans at their fingertips, an Aussie Broker is on your side to help you reach your property goals.

Aussie Broker helping woman with home loan application

We know it can be tough when you don’t receive the outcome you’d hoped for, but don’t let your hard work go to waste. Getting a home loan expert to help with your application might save you time and effort when it comes to your home loan.

Your Aussie Broker will be in touch as soon as possible. The best part? Your broker can use information you’ve already provided online to keep you moving forward.

Unlike the banks, an Aussie Broker aims to understand your unique goals and needs to recommend a home loan from our panel of more than 20 leading lenders^. And because they have access to over 3000 loans, there’s more chance they can find a loan that fits your circumstances, even if you have more complex needs.

What to expect?

Depending where you got up to in your Aussie Online application, your broker will ask questions so they can:

  • Understand your lifestyle and home loan goals
  • Calculate your borrowing power and repayments
  • Compare thousands of loans from over 20 lenders^ to find one that’s right for you
  • Clearly explain the fees, costs and conditions associated with home loans
  • Answer any questions you have about home loans
  • Provide you with a personalised report which outlines your home loan options.

Depending on your situation, you may also discuss a few more things like; potential loan options, applicable government grants, associated costs with buying, and Lender’s Mortgage Insurance. To ensure you get the right home loan information, we recommend you allow about an hour for the meeting.

After your meeting - which can be virtual or in person, whatever works best for you - your broker can help you with your loan application when you are ready. They’ll let you know which forms and documentation will be required for the loan you prefer. Plus they can even help you with the paperwork.

Frequently asked questions

  1. Can I still complete my online application?
  2. Why should I use a mortgage broker? Does it cost anything?