*Interest Rate Announcement* Following the RBA’s decision to reduce the official cash rate earlier this month, we have reviewed our interest rates to ensure we’re offering members our best rates possible. Learn more here.
This is an indication of your ability to borrow. You may choose to seek a pre-approval at any time to understand your borrowing capacity, but it is not a guarantee of funding or a mortgage offer.
Variable rates can change anytime and will affect your regular repayments.
A fixed rate has been fixed at a certain rate, so it stays the same for the entire fixed rate period. This means that your repayments also stay the same for the same 'fixed' period.
Generally the interest cost of your home loan is calculated daily on the outstanding balance of your loan.
An example of how daily interest is calculated on a $400,000 loan with a fixed rate of 4% p.a. is as follows:
($400,000 x 4%) / 365 = $43.83
Some loans will allow you to directly deposit extra money into your loan or offset account to reduce your interest payments. To determine the repayments on your loan, see the home loan repayment calculator.
A property valuation report is completed by a licensed property valuer. They will determine the value of a property through the use of data based on location, amenities, structural condition and recent sales of similar local properties.
Have a home loan with MOVE Bank? Building insurance is required to be taken out and note “Railways Credit Union Limited trading as MOVE Bank” as an interested party on the Certificate of Currency with your Insurance Company.
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Yes. You can redraw the advance loan repayments you have made on your loan; this facility is available on all loan products excluding investment loans
Minimum amount available for redraw:
Fees applicable for redraws are as follows:
Lenders mortgage insurance covers MOVE Bank against a loss in the unlikely event that we have to exercise our right to sell the property due to ongoing default on loan repayments.
You will need to have Lenders Mortgage Insurance if your loan amount is more than 80% of the value of the property being used as security for the loan
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