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Are you searching for the right loan for your new home in Melbourne? In the highly competitive market of home lending in Melbourne, there are many options available. Here we look at three of your home loan options: standard variable rate home loans, low doc home loans and loans from non bank lenders.

Over the past decade, Australian property owners have developed a love affair with renovating and redecorating their homes. If you need any evidence of this, then you just need to turn on the television to find a wide variety of home decoration and renovation shows. So, how do you get the funds to pay for your own home renovations? You can start with a renovation loan. Here we look at the options available for renovation loans.

With the intense competition in Australia's home loan market today, home mortgage lenders are working harder and harder to capture our attention in order to win our business. One of the ways in which mortgage lenders attract our attention is by offering introductory loans with low interest rates for a period of usually between three and 12 months. Here we take a look at the introductory home loan detailing the benefits & pit falls of such an offer.

Interest only home loans are popular among property investors because they allow the investor to make lower monthly repayments on the home loan. This is because unlike other home loans, repayments are made on the interest portion of the loan only. Here we take a look at interest only home loans.

Today, there are many home loan options available to you when buying your dream home in Sydney. Choosing the right Sydney home loan option for you can prove a daunting experience as there is a lot you need to know. Here we look at the basics of variable, fixed rate and split home loans.