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Home loan hack: take advantage of great rates with uno’s smart tech

With so many new rates appearing daily, finding the best rate for your circumstances can be hard work – especially if you’re house hunting at the same time. So, why not let uno do it for you?

As you’ve probably heard, the Reserve Bank of Australia cut interest rates in June and July leaving the official cash rate at an historic low of 1.00%. 

As a result, many lenders have cut their home loan rates, making it a very competitive market out there right now. Among uno’s panel of 29 lenders we have variable rates as low as 2.94% (comparison rate 3.03%) and fixed rates as low as 2.98% (comparison rate 4.4%).  

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With so many new rates appearing daily, finding the best rate for your circumstances can be hard work – especially if you’re house hunting at the same time. 

That’s why at uno we’ve developed our Active Home Loan Management service to do the hard searching work for you, while keeping you involved in the process. 

As an active home loan manager, uno scans the market daily using our loanScore technology. Our tech can analyse your loan against thousands of home loan products in the market and see what else is out there. 

Once we find a better deal for your circumstances – one that will save you some cash – we send an alert, letting you know it might be time to switch. 

With your approval, uno can then act on your behalf – renegotiating with your current lender for a better rate, or switching you over to a new deal with another lender. 

As we like to say here in the biz, We Analyse, We Alert, We Act; You Win

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This information in this article is general only and does not take into account your individual circumstances. It should not be relied upon to make any financial decisions. uno can’t make a recommendation until we complete an assessment of your requirements and objectives and your financial position. Interest rates, and other product information included in this article, are subject to change at any time at the complete discretion of each lender.

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Hannah Tattersall worked as a journalist in Sydney, New York and Edinburgh before joining uno as its Content Editor. She has written for The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, Qantas The Australian Way and In The Black, among other titles, and worked for 21st Century Fox and News Corp. She writes content aimed at buyers, investors, refinancers and anyone interested in the home loan process and welcomes feedback on how we can make uno's content better for you.

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