Our Lenders

We've partnered with over 25 lenders to help you find the right home loan.

Adelaide Bank

With over a century in banking, Adelaide Bank merged with Bendigo Bank in 2007 and is now considered one of Australia’s top six banks by capitalisation. They offer a range of home loan solutions, including low deposit, with a strong focus on customer service.

AMP

The Australian Mutual Provident Society was founded in 1849 with the mission to give customers more power over their finances. They offer discounted rates on large loans, flexible mortgage repayment options and easy online loan management.

ANZ

One of Australia’s largest financial service providers and a top four bank, ANZ operates globally across 33 markets. ANZ home loans can come with up to ten years of interest-only repayments, and they boast a range of financial products and bundles.

emoney

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.

Bank of Melbourne

Founded in 1989 and a subsidiary of Westpac Banking Corporation, Bank of Melbourne has more than 100 branches across Victoria. They offer portable mortgages with the option of an Advantage Package for discounted rates and fees on your credit card, home loan and transaction account.

Bank SA

From humble origins with its first branch opening in 1848 as the The Savings Bank of South Australia, BankSA joined the ranks of the Westpac Group in 2008. For selected home loans, they offer an offset account, flexible repayment options and a family guarantee option.

Bankwest

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.

Bluestone

Launched in 2000, Bluestone services clients who may experience difficulties borrowing with traditional lenders. With home loans tailored to the borrowers needs, there are options available for PAYG borrowers and self-employed business owners.

Citibank

The first foreign bank to receive a banking license in Australia, Citibank began operating here in 1985. With its global reputation and financial capacity, Citibank offers a diverse range of home loan products that feature redraw facility, split rate loan options, and more.

Commonwealth Bank

Established in 1911 as the government bank for the nation, Commbank is one of the country’s top four banks with over 800,000 shareholders. Offering a vast array of home loan products and refinancing solutions, a Commbank home loan comes with many favourable features.

Firefighters Mutual Bank

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.

Firstmac

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.

Health Professionals Bank

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.

Heritage Bank

Established in 1981, after a merger of building societies, Heritage Bank is recognised as Australia’s largest customer-owned bank with 60 branches across Queensland. Their home loans come with flexible features and they also have low-doc loans available.

ING

A subsidiary of the Dutch multinational bank ING Group, ING was founded in Australia in 1999. Operating via phone or online with no physical branches, ING provides home loan pre-approval, the option to bundle loans with other financial products, competitive rates and quality customer service.

La Trobe

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.

Liberty

Providing flexible finance to Australians and New Zealanders since 1997, Liberty provides a free property report to potential home buyers. With personalised service and a unique approach, they have options for low-doc loans and self-employed borrowers.

Macquarie Bank

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.

Me Bank

ME Bank was founded in 1994, and is solely owned by industry super funds. With competitive rates and terms, ME Bank has financial products to suit all needs and provides customers with online access to their loan account.

NAB

One of the big four Australian banks, Nab was founded in 1982 by a merger of two banks and now serves more than 12.7 million customers worldwide. A trusted and reliable financial institution, Nab delivers home loan and refinancing products with flexible repayment options and a higher LVR.

Pepper Money

In 2000, Pepper was founded on the premise of taking in the customer’s full financial picture to meet their needs. They offer specialist and self-employed home loans with a wide eligibility criteria for clients who don’t meet traditional lending requirements.

Resimac

One of Australia’s leading non-bank lenders, Resimac was founded in 1985 and delivers a range of home loan solutions. With outstanding customer satisfaction, Resimac can accommodate borrowers with small deposits and clients can take advantage of benefits including discounts on groceries and fuel.

St.George Bank

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.

Suncorp

Australia’s fifth largest bank, Suncorp was founded in 1902 and prides itself on its award-winning customer service. With packaged and specialised home loan products available, Suncorp have competitive introductory rates and flexible payment options.

Teachers Mutual Bank

Providing financial services to educators and their family members, Teachers Mutual Bank was founded in 1966. With expert advice for refinancing and competitive interest rates on home loans, Teachers Mutual takes care of its members.

UniBank

Founded at the University of Western Australia in 1964 and now a division of the Teachers Mutual Bank, Unibank is dedicated to serving members of the university community. With a full range of banking services, Unibank home loans offer a simple application process and personalised service.

Westpac

With the oldest banking history in Australia, Westpac’s origins commenced in 1817. One of the big four banks, Westpac provides customers with refinancing and home loan solutions free from stress.