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Bank of Melbourne home loan offer in time for Christmas

Monday, 26 November 2012

Christmas has arrived early for Victorians with Bank of Melbourne committing to beat the 4 Major Banks on any advertised home loan rate.

Customers opening a new home loan are guaranteed to receive a better interest rate from November 26 if they visit a branch and show, for an equivalent loan, any advertised home loan rate of ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, NAB or Westpac.

Chief Executive Scott Tanner said the simple guarantee takes the hassle out of searching for the best rate.

“Bank of Melbourne has brought real competition to banking by consistently offering Victorians a better deal,” said Mr Tanner.

“We are delivering more service and convenience through an expanded modern branch network, extended opening hours in specific locations, more capable bankers for small businesses and personal customers, our award winning local contact centre, and leading edge online and mobile solutions.

“Bank of Melbourne is taking share from the major banks. More customers than ever before are joining us and enjoying the benefits.

“We want Victorians to come and experience our friendly and helpful service and see first- hand our commitment to building a strong and lasting banking relationship.”

Bank of Melbourne’s promise to beat the majors on any advertised home loan interest rate, is available until December 21 and is in addition to the current $1000 home buyers rebate being offered until 21 December 2012.

Both loan offers cap an exciting year of growth for Bank of Melbourne. In the year ended September 30, 2012 Bank of Melbourne acquired 53,000 new customers and expanded our network to 60 branches. By Christmas we will have expanded to 68 branches making it even more convenient for our customers.

Further details about all Bank of Melbourne offers can be found by visiting, calling 13 22 66 or by dropping in to your local branch.

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