Australian Unity Bank has reduced its fixed interest rate home loan rates for new customers following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s measures to support job creation and the recovery of the Australian economy from COVID-19.
Our lowest ever fixed home loan rates are effective 11 November 2020. We are announcing the following rate cuts:
- Decrease of 0.15% for all new Owner Occupied Principal & Interest or Interest Only home loan with a 1 or 3 year fixed rate period1,3, with rates starting from 2.09% p.a (comparison rate 3.11%p.a2).
- Decrease of 0.20% for all new Investor Principal & Interest or Interest Only home loan products with a 1 or 3 year fixed rate period1,3, with rates starting from 2.45% p.a (comparison rate 3.38%p.a2).
All other home loan rates remain unchanged.
Standard interest rates for Australian Unity’s Active, Easy and Freedom Saver accounts will be reduced by 0.15% effective 1 December 2020.
Tim Barber, Australian Unity Bank’s Chief Executive Officer said Australian Unity Bank’s products and services remain some of the most competitive in the market.
“Despite a very challenging year for our customers and the broader community we are pleased to have seen strong lending growth of around 10 times system, coupled with strong customer retention rates.”
“Australian Unity Bank has assets of over $1billion and a BBB+ S&P credit rating and we are focused on enhancing the real wellbeing of our customers delivering on our 'banking that's good for you' customer value proposition —a program of work that identified the benefits to the customer beyond the product itself, ” Mr Barber said.
Customers who have questions regarding this change are encouraged to call Australian Unity on 1300 790 740.
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Any advice does not take into account your personal needs and financial
circumstances and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you and read
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All loans and deposit products are issued by Australian Unity Bank Limited ABN 30
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1 When choosing a fixed rate loan with Australian Unity, you need to know that
if you decide later to switch your loan or to repay it early, then a fixed rate
loan may not be suitable to you as it does have a Break Cost– you should also
consider a variable interest contract prior to accepting a fixed rate offer to see
what is most suitable for you and your circumstances. Break costs vary
depending on the remaining term and balance on your loan but can be very
large, to find out contact us on 1300 790 740.
2 Comparison Rate is based on a secured loan $150,000 over a term of 25 years
with fortnightly repayments. WARNING: the Comparison Rate applies only to
the example or examples given. Different amounts and terms will result in
different comparison rates. Normal lending criteria apply. Costs such as redraw
fees or early repayment fees, and cost savings such as fee waivers are not
included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan.
Comparison rates for variable Interest Only loans are based on an initial 5 year
Interest Only period. Comparison rates for fixed Interest Only loans are based on
an initial Interest Only period equal to the fixed period. During an interest only
period, your interest only payments will not reduce your loan balance. This may
mean you pay more interest over the life of the loan.
3 Interest rates current as at Wednesday 11 November 2020 and subject to change,
available for new Australian Unity fixed rate loans only. At the end of the fixed
rate period, the interest rate converts to the applicable Standard Variable Rate
relevant to your loan purpose and repayment type at that time, less any
applicable package discount specified in your Loan Contract. Fixed Rate Home
Loans aren’t for everyone and the rate may change at any time prior to the loan
being settled. For more information of fixed rate loans click here.