Your first home is more than an investment, it's a tremendous step towards your financial freedom and your family's emotional security. Being a home-owner means you are safe from big rent increases, can decorate, alter and renovate to suit your tastes and needs and will never have to move out unless you want to.

We can help you with the latest information on Mortgage Stamp Duty for First Home Buyers in Australia. Just complete the contact form at the bottom of this page and we'll get right back to you as soon as humanly possible.

All you need to get started is a 5% deposit (or 3% in genuine savings) and we'll be able to sort you out with a fast pre-approval for your First Home Buyer Loan. We'll assist you in the completion of your First Home Buyer Grant forms and we'll help you find the loan most suitable to your individual financial needs. We'll also assist and administer your First Home Buyer Loan from its start to its settlement, allowing you to focus on what's important to you.

Great Home Loans is an accredited mortgage broker with the largest finance aggregation group in Australia and hold all the relevant licences with regards to running a mortgage broking business. We have serviced many customers with their financial requirements and have received only praise for our service

We specialise in First Home Buyer Loans, and we have access to lenders that enables us to structure your loan to achieve the best possible outcome. We also specialise in loans for the self-employed.

At Great Home Loans we have great people, great products and exceptional service, and we're waiting to call you to discuss your First Home Buyer Loan options!

Please fill in this simple form to send us information about your needs and one of our consultants will call you and, subject to lending criteria, give you a repayment amount.

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Current Financial Information

The total value of the current home or property that you own,
or all the properties that you own (if you own more than one).

The company that provided your current mortgage
(if you have one)

The amount you still have left to pay to your current lender
Money you may need for things such as furnishings, utility connections, rewiring, plumbing, repainting, landscaping etc
The total of everything you make in a year, including all investments
The total of your expenses in a month including all loan repayments, credit card repayments, rent, medical, insurance, etc
The amounts you owe on all loans, credit cards, store cards, school fees, uni fees, rates, taxes, etc
The total you may still owe on all cars or boats that you own
The total you may still owe on all credit cards that you may have, including store cards
The total you may still owe on all school fees, tuition and university loans
The total you may still owe on any land or council rates
If you are paying off any tax liabilities from previous tax years, how much in total do you still have to pay?

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