Bank Of Melbourne Standard Variable Home Loan

04 April 2012 04:00am - Which Way to Pay

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Bank Of Melbourne Standard Variable Home Loan

Bank of Melbourne now offers a new Standard Variable Home Loan or Portfolio Loan of $500,000. This product is now available for you to compare at Which Way To Pay Australia. You could take out more under Advantage Package and you’ll receive a 1.00% p.a. discount off the standard variable rate for the life of your loan. If your new loan is between $250,000 and $499,999, you’ll receive a 0.90% p.a. discount off the standard variable rate for the life of your loan. This offer must end 31 March 2012.

Advantages:

Flexibility and great features with a Standard Variable Rate Home Loan!

- Save up to 1.00% p.a. off our standard variable rate with Advantage Package

- Get a competitive variable interest rate without being locked in for a set term

- 100% interest offset facility to help you save interest on your home loan

- Request to redraw funds from your extra payments, when you need it

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