No deposit home loans increased in availability and popularity during 2006 to the point where both low and no deposit residential property loans became available from almost all banks and lenders in Australia.
At the beginning of 2006 there were only a few lenders providing no deposit home loan products in Australia. Click to Read more
Low deposit investment property loans are often very popular amongst residential property investors who are purchasing residential property for investment purposes.
Many proponents of this strategy claim that minimising the amount of equity tied up in an investment property enables a property investor to maximise their leverage and potentially acquire more property than would normally be possible. Click to Read more
One way many people overcome not having a deposit available is to borrow up to 110 percent of the purchase price using security form another property to reduce the overall loan to value ratio. These types of loans are sometimes referred to a family equity or equity guarantee loans. Click to Read more
No deposit home loans in Australia have become completely unavailable in early 2009.
The last remaining option we know of will cease early next week.
This site will be progressively updated over the coming days to reflect the rapid changes that are coming about. Click to Read more
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