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2.49% for 2 or 3 Year Fixed Interest Investment Loans @ Citibank

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Citibank Refinancing Cashback deals

P&I packaged HOME LOAN
* 2.19% for 2 years fixed for home loans (CPR 3.04%)
* 2.19% for 3 years fixed for home loans (CPR 3.00%)
* 2.49% for basic variable rate (CPR 2.51%)
* 2.59% standard variable (packaged) (CPR 2.00%)

P&I packaged INVESTMENT LOAN
* 2.49% for 2 years fixed for investment loans (CPR 3.37%)
* 2.49% for 3 years fixed for investment loans (CPR 3.33%)
* basic variable starting from 2.69% (CPR 2.71%)
* 2.89% standard variable (packaged) (CPR 3.28%)

$2K cashback per application
* Loan applications must be submitted before 30/9/2020 + settled by 20/11/2020
* Loan amount must be above $350k - including any additional cash out amount
* <80% loan to value ratio
* P&I loans only

$500 VISA broker giftcard - our gift to you for any refinances of $500k or higher net of offset or redraw.

What is a comparison rate (CPR)?
Comparison rate can very often be misleading as it uses assumptions that are often irrelevant to an individuals circumstances. Typically it assumes a loan size of $150k over 25 year loans term which is irrelevant to majority of borrowers. It also assumes the borrower will remain with the same lender for the whole 25 years on a revert rate which is also unrealistic as most Australians refinance their home loans every 2 – 4 years. So often comparison rates can cause more confusion than help. However due to government regulations, banks and brokers MUST quote these CPR when quoting a home loan interest rate. As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to look at the actual interest rate & repayment (including fees) for the same loan amount over the same specified period when you compare loans. We can help in doing this accurately and systematically.

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John Kim
Mortgage Adviser
M : 0433 390 648
E : [email protected]
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closed Comments

  • Is now a good time to jump on a fixed rate or stay on variable?

    • Im thinking the same. It cant go a lot lower. I remember getting a fixed loan 10 years ago, and got shafted big time, but theres a limit now to how much you could get shafted. Its probably worth the bet

      • The biggest issue with fixed is the limited or no extra repayments. But with the RBA rate at 0.25% and the threats of banks doing an out of cycle increase sometime in the next year, it's a tough judgment call.

        • very true. I love my offset as well

          • @jackwoz: Hi all, there's a number of options this solution depending on your specific requirements. You can split the loans between variable & fixed, or get an offset with redraw facility, or get a fixed rate with an offset. Happy to provide solutions if you contact me direct 0433390648. cheers. - John K

        • Hi all, there's a number of options this solution depending on your specific requirements. You can split the loans between variable & fixed, or get an offset with redraw facility, or get a fixed rate with an offset. Happy to provide solutions if you contact me direct 0433390648. cheers. - John K

  • To fix or not to fix

    As someone said to me, fixing is like betting you know more than the banks

    The fixed rates build into account the movements expected for the period

    I used to fix, I'm never going to

    Also citibanks website looks like something from the 90s. Super clunky

  • Hey John Kim,
    What is a comparison rate (CPR)?

    • Hi Chiuy, please see explanation below. feel free to call me on 0433390648 if you have any further questions.

      What is a comparison rate (CPR)?
      Comparison rate can very often be misleading as it uses assumptions that are often irrelevant to an individuals circumstances. Typically it assumes a loan size of $150k over 25 year loans term which is irrelevant to majority of borrowers. It also assumes the borrower will remain with the same lender for the whole 25 years on a revert rate which is also unrealistic as most Australians refinance their home loans every 2 – 4 years. So often comparison rates can cause more confusion than help. However due to government regulations, banks and brokers MUST quote these CPR when quoting a home loan interest rate. As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to look at the actual interest rate & repayment (including fees) for the same loan amount over the same specified period when you compare loans. We can help in doing this accurately and systematically.

  • 2.59% standard variable (packaged) (CPR 2.00%)
    Is this with offset and just variable? Just wasn’t sure why the CPR is significantly less. What is the rate you can get for offset package just variable?