How much will the bank lend me?

How much a lender will let you borrow varies from bank to bank, but it will broadly depend on your income, living expenses, existing loan repayments as well as a few other variables.
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How much a lender will let you borrow varies from bank to bank, but it will broadly depend on your income, living expenses, existing loan repayments as well as a few other variables. You can use uno’s borrowing power calculator here.

How much you can put down as a deposit will have a major impact on how much the bank will lend you. That’s because the bank wants to have a buffer between what you owe and what the property is worth on the open market. If you don’t have a deposit, you can read more about how uno can help you here.

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* Three year fixed rate, owner occupier, P&I loan with a maximum LVR of 95% and a loan amount >$150,000. Lender rates and products may change. We cannot suggest you remain in or switch to any loan until we complete our assessment. Fees and charges apply. ^ WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. The comparison rate is calculated on the basis of a loan of $150,000 over a term of 25 years. ± All loan applications are subject to uno assessment and lender approval. uno does not guarantee that it will be able to find a customer a better loan than the one they currently have or to save them money.