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When house hunting in Brisbane, there are a number of home loan options available to today's home purchaser. Fixed, variable or split rate home loans, the list goes on, but where to start? Here we take a look at some of the options to help you find the perfect home loan in Brisbane.

Perhaps the most common type of home loan for Australian home owners is the standard variable home loan. The standard variable interest rate home loan calculates interest charges based on the Reserve Bank of Australia's current official interest rates. Standard variable rate home loans offer greater flexibility than the fixed interest rate home loan option. Here we look at some of the advantages of a standard variable home loan.

If you want to invest in property in Australia, then you will most likely apply for a property investment loan from one of the home lenders. In the past, investment loans used to purchase investment properties charged a slightly higher interest rate than home loans for owner occupiers. However, with increased competition in the home loan market in Australia, you can now find an investment loan for a property with the same low interest rate available to owner occupiers. Here we look at investment loans for property investors.

Over the past decade or so, investing in property has become all the rage in Australia, especially in the larger property markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Many budding investors have been attracted by the huge gains that have been achieved thanks to the Australia-wide property boom. Another attractive reason is that of the tax benefits of negative gearing. But is negative gearing into property really a good investment strategy?

Today, there are many different innovative features available on home loans. Some of these features, including redraw facilities, can help you save money on the total interest costs of your home loan over the term of the loan. Here we look at the redraw facility and how it could benefit you.