Home Loan Guide

Summary: Everything you need to know about to home loans in one easy guide.

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Home Loan Super Guide

Types of Home Loans

We look at each type of home loan in the market and why a loan might suit you. Fixed, Variable, Basic and Introductory Rate are all covered here.


Variable Rate Home Loans

Variable rate loans and basic variable rate loans. We look at how these work and the benefits / disadvantages of each.


Intro Rate (Honeymoon Rate) Home Loans

We look at introductory rate home loans and how they (might) get you ahead in the first few years of the loan term.


Fixed Rate Home Loans

We look at Fixed Rate home loans and the advantages / disadvantages of these types of loans.


Basic Variable Rate Home Loans

The 'basic' home loan has become popular over the past few years. These loans have fewer features than the standard variable rate loan and offer a lower interest rate.


Home Buyer's Checklist

There are many things to check off when buying a home - here's the list.


Applying for a Home Loan

We look at the home loan application process and what you need to know.


Getting an Investment Property

We look at getting an investment property and the key things you need to know.



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Quick Compare

Compare Variable Rate Home Loans

Here's a basic comparison of the interest rates, features and fees on Variable Rate home loans and mortgages in Australia.

Compare Fixed Rate Home Loans

Get a quick comparison of Fixed Rate Home Loans, then jump into our advanced search to compare fixed rates for your loan amount and fixed term period