Queensland Police Credit Union was first established in 1964 to service the economic and social needs of officers in the police force. In the years that followed, membership was open to other government sectors which included fire-fighters, ambulance officers, SES personnel and public sector staff. The credit union aims to address the needs of its members by offering financial advice and offering competitive loans, savings accounts and various other services and products.
- Secured / Unsecured
- Total Repayments
- Interest Rate
- Comparison Rate
- Rate Type
- Application/Establishment Fee
- Ongoing Fees
- Early Repayment Penalty
- Missed Payment Penalty
- Encumberance/REVVS Check Fee
- Doc Release Fee
- Minimum Loan Amount
- Maximum Loan Amount
Will you be charged a fee for finalizing all loan repayments earlier than the agreed date, or for transferring to another company for the remaining life of the loan?
Will this loan allow you to make additional repayments on top of the minimum amounts due each payment frequency?
Whether this loan allows the option for you to redraw/take out excess funds
Whether this loan offers a maximum loan-to-value-ratio (LVR) i.e. no deposit is required