Posted Friday, 23 October 2015 at 15:25 by Shape Home Loans
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ANZ CEO Australia Mark Whelan said the decision reflects the significant additional cost of capital banks are now required to hold against home lending. “Despite these additional costs, we are committed to working hard to keep lending rates as low as possible for customers and we’re pleased to have been able to maintain the lowest standard rate of the major banks for owner occupiers,” Mr Whelan said. The 18 basis point increase will add $67 per month to the average home loan of $450,000.
It's interesting to note some of the credit unions and smaller banks are reducing their rate with special offers, interesting times.