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ANZ Fixed Rates 1-3 Years P&I 2.09%P.a. Comparison (1yr - 4.13%P.a. 2yr - 3.98%P.a. 3yr - 3.84% P.a.) + Cashback for Refinance

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Looking at refinancing your loan with a LOW fixed rate? Want to get some extra cash in your pocket

ANZ is offering some NEW LOW Fixed Rate loans with Break Free Package ($395 annual fee):

Term Principal and Interest P&I - Comparison Rate
1 year 2.09% p.a. 4.13% p.a.
2 years 2.09% p.a. 3.98% p.a.
3 years 2.09% p.a. 3.84% p.a.
4 years 2.29% p.a. 3.77% p.a.
5 years 2.29% p.a. 3.67% p.a.

Simplicity Plus Variable Loan (No Annual or Package Fee):

Special Offer Variable Rate (LVR >80%) 2.98% p.a. Comparison Rate 3.02% p.a.
Special Offer Variable Rate (LVR <=80%) 2.72% p.a. Comparison Rate 2.76% p.a

ANZ Australian Credit Licence Number 234527

** Rates displayed are subject to change at any time**
** Rates posted 04/09/2020**

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  • +9 votes

    4 year rates are trash - I am sadly an existing ANZ customer, wouldn't really recommend them.

    Currently also take forever to process a new application.

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't recommend them either. Horrible customer service and their internet banking website seems to get worse each iteration.

      I applied late May, and only had the account opened two weeks ago. Among their many bungles, they cancelled the valuer. So I presumed they didn't need a valuer as I had provided numerous comparable properties for valuation purposes. I waited a month and didn't hear anything, so I contacted my broker again and he said the bank was still waiting for a valuation!! 🤬

      • +5 votes

        Agree. Customer Service is shocking. Will be refinancing as soon as I get the time to do so.

    • +3 votes

      Agree never even go with ANZ and also CBA Is doing 1.99% what is so good about this deal

    • +3 votes

      Agree with this comment. We recently switched from CBA to ANZ and wow I can't wait to refinance away from ANZ.
      I find ANZ is more difficult to do basic things, such as, needing two apps to make larger payments/withdrawals.
      And yeah, customer service is rubbish. Each time I call I ask them to correct my address (you know, for the asset they loaned for…) and it's such a headache that it hasn't happened yet (language barrier).

      • +2 votes

        I refinanced to a little unknown community first credit union spinoff called Easystreet. Fixed 100% offset loans at 2.19 (before this rate drop). No fees. Expected that I had just sold my sole. Called up…and after 4 rings an actual person answered the phone and helped me….mind blown!
        Im almost too scared to go back to a big 4. But the refi $$$$ for 2 years …hmm.

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    Offset still applies to 1 year fixed only?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, 1 year fixed w/ offset, 2 year fixed needs to be split with a variable loan if you want offset facility

  • +1 vote

    What's the variable rate with an offset?

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      3.18% with 350k+

  • +1 vote

    How about passing on the rate cut to the variable rate?

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    Damn these rates are trash shop around, you’ll find great deals atm.

  • +1 vote

    ANZ are trash

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    Stupid question here but I'm just curious. Interest rates are at record low and will probably stay this way for quite some time so why would anyone choose fixed over variable?

    • +2 votes

      Because the fixe rate is lower than the variable, and its probably not going to get any lower.
      Reserve bank is at 0.10% atm.

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        By 'it' do you mean the fixed or variable or both?

        People said the fixed rate wouldn't get any lower in May and look at the situation now. So many fixed, including me.

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          The banks rates are lowered when the reserve rates are lowered.
          Being that the reserve bank is now at 0.1%, it cant really get any lower without going negative.
          So the latest drop will most likely be the lowest fixed rates (1.98-2.09%).
          Variables haven't changed yet, but they will still be higher than fixed if they do decide to lower them as well.

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    OP, what is DTI for ANZ?

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    Hey OP, what about Interest only? do you have any deals?

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      I want to know the answer to this too. Can you tell me the best rate for fixed IO loans for investment properties?

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    Avoid ANZ.

    • +3 votes

      If brokers are being discriminated by the bank like that why bother having a broker arm of business ? For those brokers who has ANZ on your referral list simply don't refer loan to ANZ as you can see from comments here how many unhappy customers they have.

      • +2 votes

        Agree to above comment and i dont see any comments had broker word in it.

  • +3 votes

    Previous ANZ customer. Their process takes forever and pretty bad customer service in general. Simply avoid ANZ. Not worth it

  • +1 vote

    I have had positive experience with ANZ.

    Is this the lowest 1 year fixed rate on market?

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    how does MEB bank rate?

    My broker is currently going through them I think

  • +1 vote

    As somebody who recently settled my refinancing with ANZ I would not recommend them. Took me 6 months to get approved, communication was terrible, and during the process they changed the fixed rate upwards

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      I second that.

      Also ANZ offset account does not support PayID and the payer must use BSB/Account number to pay you. I believe they tried to slow down your money deposit (in particular after business hours)

      When you send money to ANZ account during business hours (before 5pm), it may not arrive on the same day. My money always arrived on the same day (using BSB/Account number) between ING/BankWest/CBA/NAB if I made a transaction between those banks during business hours.

      Once I reached the end of fixed rate period, I will leave the ANZ immediately.

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        BTW, their internet banking app is the worst in Big 4. There is no manage future payment option on their app.

  • -2 votes

    Other Banks Fixed Interest Rates

    Owner Occupier Principal & Interest

    ANZ
    1,2,3 Years Fixed 2.09%
    4 Years Fixed 2.29%

    CBA
    1,2,3 Years Fixed 2.14% - 2.19%
    4 Years Fixed 1.99%

    WBC
    1,2,3 Years Fixed 2.09%
    4 Years Fixed 1.99%

    NAB
    1,2,3 Years Fixed 2.09% - 2.19%
    4 Years Fixed 1.98%

    Lots can change over 4 years.

    • +1 vote

      yes it can, however, the attitude that all the banks have taken in terms of not passing on the rate to variable customers means that it is highly unlikely enough will change for you to see a reduction in real terms of what you are actually paying down to 1.99%.

      RBA has also stated that this low rate environment will be around for at least three years if not longer. Yes, banks need to make money but not passing these cuts on is pretty much un-Australian in the current climate.

      You still advertise your rates using ridiculous sale tactics that you'd expect with a dodgy salesman - "Well you'd usually be paying 4.29% for this, however, if you sign up to this package for $395 bucks a year, we can give you a 1.7% discount down to 2.49%". If anyone is daft enough to take a home loan for 4.29% right now you should probably question whether they are smart enough to hold down a job for the 30 years it will take them to pay back said loan…

      Unfortunately everyone needs a home and most homes need home loans so you can still have a business built around this kind of nonsense.

      Switching is also a major PITA, a fact you leverage to your advantage in choosing not to offer better after sales service to your customers.

  • +1 vote

    ANZ's customer service is dreadful. I've ALWAYS had issues with nearly every department there - and this is coming from someone who works as a lead in another Big 4 Bank call center!!! So I'm usually a lot more forgiving but ANZ are horrible.

    My best friend works there and agrees that they're shit. Would never recommend ANZ to anyone.