When you’re at the beginning of your refinancing journey, you might be wondering what’s involved. Is refinancing worthwhile? Will it be time consuming? Do you need to provide all of the same paperwork as when you first applied for your loan?
That’s where we come in. Refinancing with an Aussie Broker makes it that much easier. We’ll crunch the numbers and work out if it’s a smart move, and if it is we’ll handle everything, including the paperwork.
If you want to understand more about the refinancing process, we’ve outlined it in 5 simple steps and the good news is, your broker and lender do most of the work for you.
There are some things you’ll need to remember when you’re looking to refinance, including potentially needing to value your property. This helps your new lender determine how much they can lend to you through the refinance. It’s also a good idea to know your broker’s role in the process, including how they can help you find your borrowing capacity.
There will be some documentation and paperwork that you’ll need to provide, but we’ve created a handy list so you can be prepared before your meeting with a broker.
It can be wise to ‘know before you go’ and if you like to be ready, download our refinancing checklist and feel that satisfaction as you tick all the items off!
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"Jarrod found us a home loan with a lower rate, more suitable to our living needs, better banking options within the loan, while also saving us money each week. He did all this while also increasing our borrowing amount so we could make our dream of having a backyard in-ground pool a reality! Simply, Jarrod saved us money and also helped build our dream for our family."
-Christopher O, VIC.