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An independently owned and online lender, eMoney is also a non-bank lender, offering low fees and competitive rates, as well as flexible options. eMoney loans are not arranged with brokers or intermediaries but directly through wholesale funding sources.
Formerly known as The Bank of Western Australia, Bankwest has operated under its parent company Commonwealth Bank since 2008. A full-service bank, Bankwest home loan products feature unlimited maximum loan amounts subject to approval, interest-only repayments for up to five years on selected loans, and optional redraw facility.
Merging with the Teachers Mutual Bank in 2016, Firefighters Mutual Bank caters to individuals who work in fire and emergency services, and their families. Home loan features include a repayment pause, 100% offset facility, no monthly fees and no penalty for early repayment.
Privately owned and Australia’s largest non-bank lender, Firstmac services clients solely online and manages over $12 billion in mortgages, providing more than $130,000 home loans to date. With discounted rates for larger deposits and lower than average variable rates, Firstmac gives borrowers savvy lending options.
Launched in 2019, Health Professionals Bank is the nation’s first bank offering membership exclusively to Australian healthcare professionals or their family members. With no monthly fees on most home loan products and smart payment options available, they’ll help you manage your money better.
Founded in Australia in 1952, La Trobe Financial are a non-bank credit provider aiming to help more Aussies afford their own homes. They specialise in providing a range of loans to commercial and individual customers that are funded by retail investors.
Operating in 27 different countries, Macquarie Bank is Australia’s largest investment bank. With certain home loan products Qantas points can be earned, and Macquarie offer an extensive range of variable, fixed rate and offset home loans.
In 1937, St. George was founded as a co-operative building society before becoming a subsidiary of Westpac Group in 2008. Community and environment conscious, St. George offers customers a large variety of home loan products, including the option to bundle other financial products with package deals.