Quickie for the MBs…
Is it possible to get a loan with a deposit preferably 10% but 20% is fine with no current job but with an excellent previous working history?
David UMortgage HunterParticipant@mortgage-hunterJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 3,781
If you are “self employed” with an ABN then a LODOC springs to mind. However it would be pointless to get one now as you generally need a qualifying period of two years in business.
There are asset lends and private funds available, however you will pay a premium to use these.
You can also buy with another person who is employed or have them go as co borrower – they must understand that there are certain inherent risks and responsibilities involved here.
0425 228 985picja1Member@picja1Join Date: 2003Post Count: 144
Assest lends LVR’s are generally 65 -75%
If you have had a ABN for 2 yrs no problem like Mortgage Hunter said. If you’ve had it for 1 yr still no problem, just higher interest rate.
But there is a loan where it is designed for people who are starting buisness. You only need to be applying for an ABN. You must have ABN by settlement. The max LVR is 85%. The interest rate is higher than normal, due to the risk. It also depends on location of property.TerrywParticipant@terrywJoin Date: 2001Post Count: 16,213
We have a 85% asset lend available. But the rates are very high and it is only for property in ‘cities’. 9.5%!
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[email protected]Stuart WemyssMember@stuart-wemyssJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 598
Hi David U
Here are a couple of the asset lend products:
Homeloans Ltd – 65% LVR – 7.25% interest rate.
RAMS – 65% LVR – 6.99% interest rate.
Eurofinance – 85% LVR – 9.50% interest rate.
I don’t think you can use a Low Doc because you have no income to self certify.
Fees, costs, etc. vary greatly so make sure you take these into account when comparing loans.
Hope that helps.
These loans are just for short term holding; ie buy, settle and then on sell immediately at retail (not wrap!), so the interest rate is not of the utmost importance as the property will be held for say 120 days max.
Stuart, with the Eurofinance loan mentioned, are there are loan break fees and post code restrictions?
David UStuart WemyssMember@stuart-wemyssJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 598TerrywParticipant@terrywJoin Date: 2001Post Count: 16,213
I’ve used eurofinance a few times and they are very good. There are no break costs on this product, they can even roll it over into their Adelaide bank low doc with no new application needed. I think it is 1.25% app fee and another 1% fee if the LVR goes over 80% (max 85%). Hpe this helps.
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