ANZ Home Loans

ANZ offers a variety of mortgage products for its retail customers for those wishing to purchase a property either as an owner occupier or investor. Variable rate and fixed rate offerings can be fully featured loans or just simple without unneeded features. Fixed products offer fixed interest terms that can range from 1 to 10 years with a repayment term up to 30 years. Other offerings include lines of credit account over the property as well as equity loans for those wish to use equity in their homes as well as low doc loans, split loans and residential land loans.

ANZ Home Loan Interest Rates

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ANZ Discussion

  • Q: Looking for the branch that is BSB 016341

    Reply Steve from Padbury, Australia
  • Q: a friend of mine has over 100 thousand dollars,what is there best option to invest. alternatively what charges are involved in obtaining a safety deposit box.

    Reply elizabeth from Brisbane, Australia
  • Q: Address of you branch in the Sunshine Plaza Maroochydore

    Reply Christo from Townsville, Australia
  • Q: what ois the best term or bank deposit rate currently pon offer for a larger deposit

    Reply Kevin DeCean from Australia
  • Q: Is that intrest rate per month or daily

    Reply Thomas from Pantai, Malaysia
  • Q: Do anz shareholders have to pay for bank cheques to be issued?

    Reply alex from Yarralumla, Australia

ANZ Discussion Activity

  • Deposits
    Q: What is an advanced notice term deposit and how does this differ from a standard term deposit?

    Reply Helen from Nundah, Australia
  • Savings
    Q: What is the interest rate on saving account? I am an international student (from Egypt) and planning to move to NZ for further studies. If for example I transfer 50,000 NZ dollars, what is the monthly return? Will my savings be taxed or the interest rate be taxed?

    Reply Khaled from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • - Savings
    Q: Are there any fees associated with your cash management account

    Reply Jim Biss from Applecross, Australia
  • - Savings
    Q: Are there any fees associated with your cash management account

    Reply Jim Biss from Applecross, Australia