PERSONAL LOANS

Westpac Car Loan from Westpac

  No early exit penalty
  Extra repayments allowed
  Has Redraw Facility
  100% Loan Available
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Company Westpac
Initial Monthly Repayment $315.63 Monthly Repayment
Secured / Unsecured Secured
Total Repayment $11,722.66 Total Repayment
Advertised Rate 8.49% Fixed
Rate Type Fixed
Comparison Rate 12.38% Comparison Rate
Application Fees $250 Application Fees
Ongoing Fees $10 Monthly
Early Repayment Penalty $175
Missed Payment Penalty $9
Encumberance/REVVS Check Fee $7.50
Doc Release Fee $0
Minimum Loan Amount $10,000
Maximum Loan Amount $100,000
Star Rating Not Rated

More about Westpac

A Westpac secured personal loan or unsecured personal loan can be used to consolidate your outstanding balances into one, or help you get the car, tv or holiday you have always wanted. Westpac unsecured loans are available for amounts up to $50,000 and a secured loan for up to $100,000.

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