ECHOICE HOME LOANS
eChoice Home Loans (Home Loan)
        
eChoice compare hundreds of products to bring you the right loan tailored to your needs. They make finding and applying for a loan faster and easier, while giving you the help you need. eChoice has an exclusive online home loan, funded by one of the largest banks in Australia from 5.89% fixed for 1, 2 and 3 years*! Also for a limited time, when the borroweers loan settles with eChoice they will receive $2,000* holiday rewards to spend towards their next holiday.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Broker
Advantages:
1. Online, easy and free.
2. Industry leading technology that will help you work out how much you can borrow, what your repayments will be and a whole lot more
3. Get results in minutes
4. 25 + lenders in under 1 minute
5. Make your choice easy.
6. Keep you informed.
Disadvantages:
1. You have to apply to get APR and fees.
Services:
1. First Home Buyers
2. Investment Loans
3. New Home Loans
4. Refinancing
5. MFAA Member

APR: Varies (Fixed Rate/Variable Rate)Loan Amount: Up to $1,000,000
Min Term: 1 YearMax Term: Up to 20 years

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You don't ever pay eChoice anything
Identification:
Personal, employment and loan information
Suitable:
Comapring home loans from 25 lenders
Restrictions:
See website for details
        
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