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Purchase your dream car with finance options that work for you.

Talk to us today about how we can help you finance your vehicle.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much you can borrow depends on a variety of factors, like your income, existing debts, how much you have in savings.

To get an idea, try our:

Borrowing Power Calculator

It’s a good idea to have your loan assessed every 2-3 years to see if you could be getting a better deal with a different lender.

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Loan Comparison Calculator

The first step to knowing where you could be saving money is to see where you’re spending it. Seeing all your expenses in one place can help give you an idea of where you could be making savings.

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Budget Planner

How much your loan repayments will be depends on factors like how big your loan is, your interest rate, and the loan duration.

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Loan Repayment Calculator

Making an extra repayment, or making repayments more freqently (for example, paying fortnightly instead of monthly) can give you massive savings on your loan in the long run and help you pay it off sooner.

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Extra Repayment Calculator

It’s important to know how much stamp duty you’ll need to pay before you purchase a property.

How much you’ll pay depends on which state you’re purchasing in, whether you’re a first home buyer or not, the value of the property and more.

To get an idea, try our:

Stamp Duty Calculator

Learn MoreUseful Tools & Calculators

See how much you could borrow, work out some basic repayment calculations, how much stamp duty a property purchase will cost, and more.

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