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Regional Australia Bank is the name of three New South Wales credit union brands that combined to form Australia’s largest inland credit union. The Regional Australia Bank, formerly Community Mutual Group, dates back to 1970 and is now responsible for managing assets worth just under $1 billion.

As a credit union, the Regional Australia Bank can reinvest its profits in the business passing benefits that include competitive rates directly to its 700,000 plus membership base. Regional Australia Bank offers a range of every day banking products in addition to insurance, credit cards and home loans.

In 2013 Regional Australia Bank won Money Magazine’s Socially Responsible Mutual of the Year Award.

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Why choose Regional Australia Bank

Benefits

  • Package deals available to bundle other financial products.
  • Suitable for low deposits.
  • Range of home loans to choose from.
  • Flexible repayment schedule with weekly, fortnightly or monthly repayment options.
  • Parents can act as guarantors.

Drawbacks

  • Some products include numerous fees.
  • Lack of branches.
  • Limited offset availability.

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