Firstmac Home Loan 2.19% (First 2 Years) Variable Offset Owner-Occupied P&I No Annual Fee


Firstmac announced lowest variable offset on the market, no annual fees for life

2.19% (CPR 2.55%) Variable offset broker special 2yr discount (+0.4% after 2 years). Owner occ P&I. No annual fees for life

or 2.39% (CPR 2.75%) Variable offset lifetime discount. Owner occ P&I. No annual fees for life
Fixed/investor rates not competitive

100% Offset sub-account
Free unlimited redraw available
No ongoing monthly or annual fees

One off fees
$500 Legal settle fee
$220 valuation fee (under $1m value)

Other lenders - we can match any lender offer you see just ask
  • 86 400 (owned by NAB) $2k cashback, fix 3yr 1.85%; can do 85%LVR no LMI purchase or refinance

  • St George/Bank Of Melbourne BOM $3k cashback total. fix 2yr 1.79%; can do 85%LVR no LMI purchase for first home buyer

  • Westpac $3k cashback total. Variable from 1.99% no annual fee 2yr discount intro

  • ING $3k cashback. Fix 2yr 1.84%, fix 3yr 1.89%, var from 2.45%. $3k cashback if new loan is $500k+, but eligible if owe less and apply for top up (can leave extra in offset).

  • Still Available Lenders with up to $4k PURCHASE OR REFINANCE bank cashback

PLUS up to 0.4% ie $4000 broker rebate per loan (on top of bank cashback, available via broker only, not via the bank)

In ADDITION to bank rebates, we have 0.3% - 0.4% broker rebate (based on net of offset/redraw ie balance owing) for ANY bank or product. (Loans >$300k paid as eGift cards from any retailer of your choice 50/50 at 2 and 24 months after settlement).

For example:
$300k x 0.3% = $900 Broker rebate
$500k x 0.3% = $1,500 Broker rebate
$1m x 0.4% = $4,000 Broker rebate

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Mod: Removed broker standard cashback rate from title. Only increased cashback can be added to title.

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  • +2

    Comments regarding Comparison Rates (CPR):
    There is a common misconception that lower comparison rates CPR will save you more money and better than a higher CPR - not necessarily and can actually be the opposite, here's why:
    - "Comparison rates" were invented by the government to reflect lender fees over the life of the loan.
    - It is based on a loan size of $150k over 25 years which is irrelevant for most customers. The CPR is actually misleading and can cost you more money.
    - If your loan is larger than $150k, then it is better to pick a lender with a lower ACTUAL rate (even if the CPR is higher) as it will save you more interest each year. Of course take into account all the fees eg $395 annual fees, which may be less significant for a larger loan size.
    For larger loans, a lower ACTUAL rate (with a higher CPR) is often better than a higher actual rate (with a lower CPR).
    - Hence CPR can be misleading and a lower CPR can be more expensive than one with a higher CPR but has a lower ACTUAL rate. The correct approach is to look at the ACTUAL rate plus all fees involved, rather than the CPR.

    The CPR may be high for a few reasons:
    1. It may incl the $395 annual fee x 25 years = $9,875. This extremely high amount is included in the calc of the CPR for a relatively low $150k loan hence greatly inflates the CPR of such a small loan to make the rate appear much higher than it actually is. It is actually not a huge amount over 25 years relatively speaking (equiv to 0.1% rate difference on a $395k loan size)
    2. The fixed CPR is even higher due to after fixed period, it defaults to a higher rate with no discount. In reality, we can always negotiate a competitive discount on variable after expiry of fixed. Also customers refinance after 2-3 years and never stay for 30 years at the same bank.
    3. Smaller online lenders have low CPR but often has up $2,000 in application, valuation, legal, discharge fees (which is negligible over 25 years hence the low CPR, but you get hit at every transaction/refinance. The smaller lenders have a lower CPR as they have no annual fee, but often a large upfront/discharge fee. The CPR is a very misleading number and small lenders using a low CPR look better than larger banks even though it may be the opposite.

  • +2


    I this good transition for an always windows PC user?

  • +1

    Having worked there, if morals are your thing, I wouldn’t give them your money.

  • I was with firstmac a few years ago via and had what was called an offset until I looked deeper and found it was actually a redraw.

  • I used to be with them a few years back. It was a great rate at the start but after some time, it wasn’t good anymore at all. Called them to ask for further discounts but the change was minimal and still a long way off from the general market place at that time. I was able to refinance at a bank of my choice but if your circumstances have changed and unable to refinance, you would most likely be stuck with higher rates than average for the rest of the loan term.

  • Do any of your lender allow 90% LVR for Chartered Accoutant with no LMI? I know ANZ and CBA does.