Compare Home loans in NSW

Find home loans from a wide range of Australian lenders that best suit your needs, whether you're investing, refinancing or looking to buy your first home. Compare interest rates, mortgage repayments, fees and more. - Data last updated on 25 Jun 2018

Compare Home loans in NSW

No Fee Variable Rate Home Loan (Principal and Interest)
Advertised rate
4.52%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.52%
Monthly repayment
$1,270
Real Time Rating™

3.35 / 5

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Liberty Star Investment Loan (LVR < 60%)
Advertised rate
4.24%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.55%
Monthly repayment
$1,228
Real Time Rating™

3.87 / 5

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Inv UHomeLoan Fixed 5 Years
Advertised rate
4.49%
Fixed - 5 years
Comparison rate*
4.56%
Monthly repayment
$1,265
Real Time Rating™

2.85 / 5

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Home Advantage Fixed Investment Loan (Principal and Interest) 1 Year
Advertised rate
4.29%
Fixed - 1 year
Comparison rate*
4.57%
Monthly repayment
$1,236
Real Time Rating™

3.83 / 5

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Home Advantage Fixed Investment Loan (Principal and Interest) 2 Years
Advertised rate
4.29%
Fixed - 2 years
Comparison rate*
4.58%
Monthly repayment
$1,236
Real Time Rating™

3.81 / 5

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Home Advantage Fixed Investment Loan (Principal and Interest) 3 Years
Advertised rate
4.29%
Fixed - 3 years
Comparison rate*
4.59%
Monthly repayment
$1,236
Real Time Rating™

3.78 / 5

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Inv UHomeLoan Variable
Advertised rate
4.66%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.59%
Monthly repayment
$1,291
Real Time Rating™

3.24 / 5

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Inv UHomeLoan Fixed 1 Year
Advertised rate
3.99%
Fixed - 1 year
Comparison rate*
4.62%
Monthly repayment
$1,192
Real Time Rating™

2.81 / 5

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Discount Variable Home Loan
Advertised rate
4.59%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.64%
Monthly repayment
$1,280
Real Time Rating™

3.21 / 5

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Flexi First Option Home Loan (Principal and Interest)
Advertised rate
4.59%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.64%
Monthly repayment
$1,280
Real Time Rating™

3.21 / 5

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Premium Home Loan Fixed 3 Years (LVR < 80%)SpecialApply for a 3 month break in repayments for environmental upgrades to your home
Advertised rate
4.04%
Fixed - 3 years
Comparison rate*
4.66%
Monthly repayment
$1,199
Real Time Rating™

3.85 / 5

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Premium Home Loan Fixed 2 Years (LVR < 80%)SpecialApply for a 3 month break in repayments for environmental upgrades to your home
Advertised rate
4.09%
Fixed - 2 years
Comparison rate*
4.73%
Monthly repayment
$1,207
Real Time Rating™

3.63 / 5

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Premium Home Loan Fixed 1 Year (LVR < 80%)SpecialApply for a 3 month break in repayments for environmental upgrades to your home
Advertised rate
3.99%
Fixed - 1 year
Comparison rate*
4.78%
Monthly repayment
$1,192
Real Time Rating™

3.46 / 5

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Choice Package Tailored Home Loan (Principal and Interest) ($250k-$750k)
Advertised rate
4.39%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.78%
Monthly repayment
$1,250
Real Time Rating™

3.76 / 5

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Choice Package Tailored Home Loan Fixed (Principal and Interest) 5 Years
Advertised rate
4.09%
Fixed - 5 years
Comparison rate*
4.80%
Monthly repayment
$1,207
Real Time Rating™

3.71 / 5

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Flexible Home Loan Fixed 3 Years (LVR < 90%)
Advertised rate
4.14%
Fixed - 3 years
Comparison rate*
4.81%
Monthly repayment
$1,214
Real Time Rating™

3.24 / 5

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Premier Package Rocket Repay Home Loan (Principal and Interest) ($250k-$500k)RewardsReceive 200,000 Velocity Points when you take out a new home loan under the Premier Advantage Package. Min loan size $250k. Offer is valid for applications submitted and approved before 30 September 2018 and settled by 30 November 2018.
Advertised rate
4.44%
Variable
Comparison rate*
4.82%
Monthly repayment
$1,258
Real Time Rating™

3.76 / 5

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Choice Package Tailored Home Loan Fixed (Principal and Interest) 3 Years
Advertised rate
3.94%
Fixed - 3 years
Comparison rate*
4.84%
Monthly repayment
$1,185
Real Time Rating™

3.56 / 5

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Premier Package Low Doc Fixed Options Home Loan (Principal and Interest) 3 Years
Advertised rate
3.99%
Fixed - 3 years
Comparison rate*
4.85%
Monthly repayment
$1,192
Real Time Rating™

3.5 / 5

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Choice Package Tailored Home Loan Fixed (Principal and Interest) (First Home Buyer Special) 2 YearsSpecialDiscount off the 2 years Package Fixed Rate (Principal and Interest) for a loan of $150k+ for first home buyers purchasing residential properties only
Advertised rate
3.69%
Fixed - 2 years
Comparison rate*
4.86%
Monthly repayment
$1,149
Real Time Rating™

3.43 / 5

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Home loans in NSW

Due to having the largest metropolitan city in Australia, the property market in New South Wales (NSW) tends to be more competitive and expensive than in other states.

With an increasing population, NSW generally suffers housing shortages that increase as you move further towards Sydney. The state government offers several incentives if you are a first time buyer or are intending to build a property. These benefits should be fully researched before you consider getting a home loan as they can substantially reduce costs or can add to your initial deposit.   

What is the property market like in NSW?

Although figures fluctuate depending on market changes, the property market in NSW is generally more driven than in other states. The state has a high level of industry with both national and multinational companies based there and is therefore highly attractive to job seekers. The average income in NSW is also higher than in most states and is experiencing steady growth. This has pushed house prices up, with buyers now having more to spend on properties. Units and townhouses have also become a better option for potential homeowners with a greater availability of these housing types than traditional detached houses.

What influences getting a property in NSW?

As an attractive lifestyle option for many job seekers, NSW in recent years has experienced high demand for property and a housing shortage. This is compounded by the limited amount of land available to develop.

Therefore, if you are considering buying a property in NSW you will need a larger deposit than in most states and must be prepared to spend more due to the high demand that is driving prices. 

Due to the demand for both rental and properties to purchase in NSW, the state has become attractive for foreign and local investors wanting to capitalise on the booming market. This can make it even more difficult for first time buyers or those inexperienced in the property market to purchase properties.   

Are there any home loan incentive schemes in NSW?

The NSW government offers several incentive schemes for people looking to get onto the property ladder. However, you will need to fulfil specific criteria to be eligible for these programs. The government assists first home buyers with a variety of incentives and grant programs. For you to be successful in these programs, in most cases you will have to either purchase or build a new home. Currently, the First Home Owner Grant (New Homes) Scheme and NSW New Home Grant Scheme are two such schemes. These often change and should be fully researched to understand what is on offer. 

What are the added costs of getting a home loan in NSW? 

Both state and council laws and regulations control purchasing a property in NSW. Depending on the council region your property is in you may need to pay initial application costs as well as ongoing rates and charges. In all states you will need to pay a stamp duty on the purchase of a property. This will depend on the value of the property and the state in which it is located. NSW stamp duty costs are similar to other states with comparable population and industry.

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