a relocation loan could help you pay for the deposit, stamp duty and removalist costs on a new property (as well as the purchase price on settlement). You have 12 months after you receiving any funds to sell your current home.
you can also use a relocation loan, living in your current home until construction is complete. You have 12 months after your first advance to build your new home, and sell the existing home.
You repay the loan in full when you sell your current home.
No repayments are needed until you sell your home, at which point you repay the Relocation Loan in full. The balance you pay off will include interest, which is capitalised into the loan during the loan term.
Although not required, you can make additional lump sum payments at any time.
You partially pay off the loan when you sell your current home, then choose from a range of Bank of Melbourne home loans for the remaining balance.
No repayments are needed until you sell your home, at which point the Relocation loan is partially paid off by the proceeds from the sale of your existing home. You will then begin to make repayments on the remaining balance.
You can make additional payments at any time.
With Interest Only repayments
LVR+ above 60% up to 80%
Conditions, fees and credit criteria apply.
Before making a decision, it’s best to read the terms and conditions:
Please read these documents and keep a copy. You can request a paper copy at a branch.
The information on our website is prepared without knowing your personal financial circumstances. Before you act on this, please consider if it’s right for you. If you need help, call 13 22 66.
+LVR stands for the initial loan to value ratio at loan approval. LVR is the amount of your loan compared to the Bank’s valuation of your property offered to secure your loan expressed as a percentage. Home loan rates for new loans are set based on the initial LVR and don’t change because of changes to the LVR during the life of the loan.