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From basics to legalities for assistance on first home to support in upgrading, here’s your one-stop hub for everything you desire to know, before you make any decision.

Mortgage consolidation / restructure for better savings and to tackle higher interest rates

September 30, 2022by

There is a rapid rise in interest rates in Australia, and the RBA has...

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Navigate rising interest rate with one of the Best Mortgage Broking firm in Sydney

August 11, 2022by

Making smart financial decisions requires understanding where the economy is headed. It lets you...

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Are You A First Home Buyer? Government Has Lined Up These Benefits on Home mortgage

July 7, 2022by

First Home Buyers are lucky in many ways. Banks, lenders as well as the...

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Schemes & Eligibility

Nfinity Financials is proud to be a part of the latest Australian Government initiative which is great news for eligible home buyers.

As a first home buyer, you may be eligible for various state funding schemes to assist you in getting your own home. You will not only save on stamp duty, but may also qualify for an one-off payment called the First Home Owner Grant.

First Home Owner Grant Scheme

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Under the First Home Buyers Assistance scheme (FHBAS), a first home buyer may get a concessional rate of transfer duty or even an exemption from paying the duty altogether.

First Home Buyer Assistance Scheme

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The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS) is an Australian Government initiative to support eligible first home buyers to build or purchase a new home sooner. The Scheme is administered by the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC).

First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

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The Home Builder scheme is making it even easier for home buyers and those looking to build a new home to achieve their property goals. A $25,000* grant will directly help young families, first home buyers, upgraders and downsizers to realise their goal of home ownership sooner.

Home Builder Scheme

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Loan Types

We offer a wide range of loans to cater the varied needs of different sets of consumers. The property can either be commercial or personal in nature.

Variable Loan

Variable loan is a loan type in which the rate of interest varies (goes up and down) based on any changes incurred in the Reserve Bank of Australia. The interest rate associated with the outstanding balance is varied according to the market rates.

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Fixed Loan

A fixed loan is a loan type where a certain period of time is agreed upon for freezing the interest rate amount. During this time, the repayments and interest rates remain unchanged. This does not alter even with the changing market conditions.

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Split Loan

A split loan allows the borrower to split the home loan into different account based on which the different rates of interest are incurred. The allocation of the amount dedicated to each account is at the discretion of the borrower and as agreed by the lender. The two components of the split mortgage include variable and fixed rate.

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Bridging Loan

A bridging loan acts as an additional loan on the existing loan for the existing property. The bridging period refers to the time wherein you are trying to sell your old property while acquiring a new one.

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Construction Loan

The construction loan type is suitable for those, who are planning to make renovations or building a new home. The loan is obtained stage-wise, wherein the amount can be obtained as the work on the home progresses.

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Line of Credit Loan

The line of credit pre-sets a limit on the amount that can be borrowed at any given time. Until this limit is attained, the amount can be borrowed and repaid at the convenience of the borrower.

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Interest-only Loan

Under this loan type, the borrower is required to pay for the interest only during some part of the term or all the term. The principal amount remains unchanged for the duration of the interest-only time.

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Low Doc Loan

Low doc loan type enables a borrower with limited income, assets and employment proof apply for a mortgage. This is a suitable loan option for people with variable monthly income amidst uncertain financial situations.

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Glossary

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Application fee / Establishment fee Fee charged to cover or partially cover the lender’s internal costs of considering a loan application. Also referred to as an establishment fee by some lenders. The fees are sometimes required to be paid upfront and are not usually refundable unless the loan is refused.
Assets A list of what an individual currently owns, such as real estate, savings accounts, cars, home contents, superannuation, shares etc.
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Our Client Testimonials

See what our customers have to say about Nfinity Financials products, people and services.

Great Service
"Parag has great patience in answering all the queries and helped us get best deal. His suggestions through out the process helped us greatly. I recommend his services."

Chandra

Submitted on 21 Sep 2020

Mortgage Superstar
"Parag is one of the best in Mortgage industry and is across everything that is happening in his field. I would highly recommend Parag for anyone looking for finance options."

Pramiti

Submitted on 29 Jul 2020

Excellent Service
"He is the best broker I have ever met. Excellent service and understanding of the customers needs. Very good knowledge of his field Recommendable anytime."

Sumesh Gauba and Divya Gulati

Submitted on 23 Jul 2020
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