Introductory Rate Home Loans

Introductory Rate Home Loans can offer a much lower interest rate loan for a set period of time, usually between one and three years. At the end of the introductory discount period the loan will normally revert to a Standard Variable Rate without any discount applied.

Having a low rate, variable interest rate home loan means:

  •  You can reduce your home loan faster, as you will be required to pay less interest and fewer fees.
  •  Discounts are usually around one per cent below the standard variable rate depending on the lender.

Pros and Cons of Introductory Home Loans

Advantages:

  • Low interest rate for introductory period – The interest rate is always lower than a standard variable rate loans.
  • Easier to manage. If you are on a tight budget, it can make your monthly repayment schedule easier to manage.
  • Additional payments above what is required are generally available via a Redraw Facility
  • Many Lenders offer Introductory Home Loans with no on going fees.

 Disadvantages:

  • Once the introductory period comes to an end, the interest rate will revert to a Standard variable Rate without any discount.
  • If switching to a different loan product during the introductory period, then switching fees will apply.
  • Variable interest rates which will increase should interest rates rise.
  • Limited features apply with no ability to offset funds held in other accounts.

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