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Best Margin Loans

The top margin loans share similar characteristics, which it why it's important to compare the top products before you decide to apply.

Starting with the interest rate, margin loans will normally offer some of the lowest, ensuring that your repayments are the most affordable. Margin loans will also offer higher loan to value ratios (LVR), which will allow you to pay a lower initial deposit and borrow a higher portion of your investment.

Extra features that help margin loans stand out include providing more approved stocks and managed fund companies. This will give you more freedom to choose where you would like to invest your money.

Lastly, one of the best methods of measuring margin loans is the star ratings, rewarded by Canstar, which will help you spot a margin loan which represents the best value for your investment.

For some of the best margin loans in Australia, visit our margin loan comparison.

 

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