No Deposit Home Loans or Low Deposit Home Loans

While true No Deposit home loans or 100% home loans are now unavailable due to changes in the banks lending criteria there are some lenders who will recognise 12 months continuous rental repayments as part of the genuine savings requirement.

Do you want to buy a property but don’t have enough deposit? Finding the funds for your first home can be frustrating when you have to pay rent and save for a large deposit but it doesn’t have to be.

No Deposit Home Loans Alternatives

Lenders have recognised the difficulty that many aspiring home owners experience when searching for now extinct no deposit home loans. Many lenders are now offering low deposit home loans that allow borrowers up to 95 per cent of the purchase price.

The key to finding the right home loan for you, based on your current deposit situation, really comes down to knowing which bank or secure lender provides a home loan solution that can cater to your particular situation.

Find Out More About Your Low Deposit Options

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What You Need to Apply for a Low Deposit Loan

The banks assessment criteria on low deposit loans will be stringent as they will be looking closely at your capacity to repay the loan, given the high loan to property value ratio.

  • You will need to demonstrate a strong stable income
  • Show at least some genuine savings

To work out what assessment criteria apply to you, talk to your local mortgage broker.

The First Home Owners Grant (FHOG) makes it possible for you to buy your first home sooner with a smaller deposit. Some states will also offer a further grant if you are building a new home.

More Information and Home Loan Help

For more information on how and where to find a better home loan deal from an extensive panel of Australian banks and secure mortgage lenders, talk to your local mortgage broker, or contact us on 13 LOAN (13 5626).