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Long-term development funding options needed

12 March 2024 - A gap has opened in non-bank long-term commercial funding for new products, says Andrew Stevenson, senior relationship manager at Funding Partners.

Mortgage adviser takes out financial literacy award

7 March 2024 - Prominent social media poster William Tieu won Financial Advice NZ's financial literacy award.

Insurance an increasing concern for mortgage advisers

28 February 2024 - One of the biggest challenges emerging for mortgage advisers is insurance.

Lending deals heat up

15 January 2024 - Mortgage interest rate competition between banks is heating up, particularly for new lending deals.

Mortgage advisers to be offered another association choice

6 November 2023 - The Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA) is planning to set up shop in New Zealand.

Affordability not always a level playing field

25 September 2023 - One of the most annoying things for mortgage adviser Brenda Murney of Vega is how banks assess affordability.

The traits of successful mortgage advisers

17 July 2023 - Success in any field requires positive working habits – being a mortgage adviser is no different.

Rise in complaints about mortgage advisers ‘nothing to be concerned about’

12 July 2023 - Despite a rise in the number of complaints about mortgage and financial advisers over the year to June, Financial Advice New Zealand chief executive Katrina Shanks says they would have come off an extremely low base considering the number of advisers in the industry.

Mortgage writing surges for top adviser company

7 July 2023 - Since LVR restrictions were eased six weeks ago, the South Island’s biggest volume mortgage adviser company has seen a surge in business.

Non-performing home loans are on the rise; Please take part in the Adviser Wellbeing survey

4 July 2023 - Non-performing housing loans have risen to nearly 12% – their  highest level in nearly eight years, the latest Reserve Bank figures show. [READ...

Potential home buyers urged to consult mortgage advisers

23 June 2023 - Tenants should be consulting mortgage advisers in an effort to buy a house as rents skyrocket, says Tim Kearins, Century 21 New Zealand owner.

Mortgage advising should become a profession

21 June 2023 - Mortgage adviser and chartered accountant David Green says it’s time the industry turned into a profession.

Marketing tips for mortgage advisers

15 June 2023 - The growth of the mortgage adviser channel in recent years means consumers have more choice when selecting an intermediary to advise on the best home loan deal for them.

Relying on banks’ calculators not enough for advisers

10 April 2023 - Many mortgage advisers are relying too heavily on banks’ UMI calculators when submitting mortgage applications.

It's time to contact a mortgage broker

29 March 2023 - Homeowners overwhelmed with the cost of living, rising interest rates and recent weather damage are turning to mortgage brokers for advice. [READ...

Now is the time to contact a mortgage adviser

29 March 2023 - Homeowners overwhelmed with the cost of living, rising interest rates and recent weather damage are turning to mortgage advisers for advice.

Big Loan Market writer goes alone

6 March 2023 - One of Loan Market's top writers has left the franchise to set up his own mortgage advice business.

Reverse mortgages ease borrower “annoyance” - adviser

26 October 2022 - A kind of “irritation factor” is driving people to take out reverse mortgages to get rid of tail-end mortgages, according to a man who specialises in arranging them.

Tough times reverberate through mortgage industry

28 September 2022 - Home buyers and the mortgage advisers who serve them will be nervously watching the renewed slew of worrying economic data.

Mortgage Lab takes on new advisers

31 May 2022 - Tauranga-based group, Mortgage Lab has added five more advisers to its team.

[PODCAST] Building a successful business

29 May 2022 - In this podcast The Mortgage Lab founder Rupert Gough talks about building a successful mortgage advice business.

Mortgage advisers make NZ borrowers better off – survey

1 March 2022 - New Zealanders who get help from a mortgage adviser are better off than those who don't.

Aurora set to light up the market

10 December 2021 - Aurora Financial, which launched its own KiwiSaver scheme this year, is now looking to grow its mortgage advice business.

Non-banks to be run off their feet

3 December 2021 - Non-bank lenders will be run off their feet in the coming months, partly because banks are too traditional, according to economist Cameron Bagrie.

BNZ gets more business from advisers, but that may change

10 November 2021 - Mortgage advisers are writing an increasing share of BNZ's home loans but that may change following its decision to implement debt-to-income limits on the channel.

Death by 10,000 paper cuts

7 September 2021 - The advice industry is undergoing much change, and you could be forgiven if you hadn't noticed what's happening to our brethren - mortgage advisers.

Adviser concern over DTI threat

17 June 2021 - Mortgage advisers have raised concerns about the implementation of debt-to-income limits after the Reserve Bank paved the way for their future use.

The rising cost of PI for advisers; More home loan rate increases

27 April 2021 - Professional Indemnity insurance is back in the headlines. It's not just hard to get. but getting more expensive. [READ ON] In rates news BNZ announced...

Focus on commission disclosure

22 March 2021 - Advisers will need to do a better job of explaining their no-fee, no-obligation model under the new regulatory regime, according to adviser Hamish Patel.

NZFSG excited by adviser channel growth

10 March 2021 - NZFSG and Loan Market's Brian Greer said advisers benefited from a "phenomenal surge" in mortgage business last year, and believes the sector is on the brink of its biggest opportunity in decades.

Be clear on clawbacks

18 January 2021 - Mortgage advisers must clearly disclose clawback agreements with clients, industry leaders say, as disputes on the topic continue to emerge. 

'Bullying' banking conduct

4 December 2020 - Advocating for your client is a fundamental aspect of being an adviser – even if that means making yourself "a pain in the arse", writes Jon-Paul Hale.

ASB using branches for broker applications

5 November 2020 - ASB has become the latest bank to send adviser home loan applications to branches for completion, as it tries to reduce a backlog of deals.

Investors seek advice amid property boom

27 October 2020 - More investors are seeking advice as the property market heats up, according to a new survey.

What do clients think of mortgage advisers?

14 October 2020 - The Financial Advice New Zealand Trust in Advice survey 2020 offers a snapshot of consumers' views of the mortgage advice industry. How did advisers fare?

Kiwibank just over a month away from entering adviser market

17 September 2020 - Kiwibank says it is on track to roll out its mortgage adviser proposition and Covid-19 has not delayed it.

Advisers prepare for second lockdown

12 August 2020 - Mortgage advisers are preparing to run their businesses under lockdown once again as Auckland goes into alert level three at midday. 

Aussie politician hints at support for trail

1 July 2020 - An Australian parliamentary committee has indicated its support for trail commission, as politicians review the future of adviser remuneration.

Survey reveals lending concerns

29 June 2020 - Mortgage advisers are concerned about tightening lending criteria and tough servicing tests, despite the record-low interest rate environment, according to a new survey. 

Advisers plan return to the office

12 May 2020 - Mortgage advisers are planning their return to the office this week as New Zealand enters level two lockdown, but face-to-face client meetings could pose challenges for the sector.

Long lockdown for advisers

21 April 2020 - Mortgage advisers face a lengthy period of working from home after the Government extended level four lockdown and outlined its plans for level three.

Advisers head into uncharted territory

24 March 2020 - Mortgage advisers are changing their business models amid the coronavirus outbreak, and diversifying ahead of a downturn in the housing market.

Kiwibank set to enter adviser market

24 February 2020 - Kiwibank says it will be fully entering the mortgage adviser market later this year.

Heartland launches reverse mortgages for investors

19 February 2020 - Heartland has expanded its reverse mortgage business and will now lend against investment properties and second homes, as the product becomes more popular in New Zealand.

How to grow your client base

29 January 2020 - Five things to explore when looking to grow your client portfolio in 2020.

Six new faces at Mike Pero Mortgages

28 January 2020 - Adviser business Mike Pero Mortgages has bolstered its presence across the country with six new hires.

Newpark hits 150 adviser milestone

13 January 2020 - A year on from its launch, more than 150 individual advisers are now part of adviser group Newpark Home Loans.

Advisers share top concerns

6 December 2019 - Tightening credit, bullish investors pushing FHBs out of the market, and demand outweighing supply in the housing market are key concerns for advisers according to a survey conducted by leading economist Tony Alexander.

Mike Pero adds five advisers

18 November 2019 - Mike Pero has appointed five new mortgage advisers to bolster its nationwide team.

ANZ pulling affordability lever on home loans rather than price

1 November 2019 - ANZ acting chief executive Antonia Watson talks to TMM Online about the bank's latest result, the importance of mortgage advisers and different remuneration models.

Group FAPs could limit choice of suppliers: Newpark

30 October 2019 - Mortgage advisers could find their selection of available lenders limited by their financial advice provider under the new regulatory regime, Newpark’s Andrew Scott has warned.

Servicing test changes limited

9 October 2019 - Banks have made adjustments to serviceability tests since the Official Cash Rate cut in August, but advisers doubt whether the changes will have a big impact on pass rates.

Ex-Mortgage Link team branches out

2 October 2019 - A former Mortgage Link team in Palmerston North has spun out to form their own business, joining NZFSG.

The Adviser Platform offers general insurance add-on

1 October 2019 - The Adviser Platform is offering a new fire and general insurance option for advisers.

White-label loan product takes off; Property investor cops $400k fine

9 September 2019 - NZFSG advisers have embraced the company's Select Home Loans white-label product, lodging around $250 million in applications in the first couple of...

Bluestone's white-label loans take off with NZFSG

9 September 2019 - NZFSG advisers have embraced the company's Select Home Loans white-label product, lodging around $250 million in applications in the first couple of months.

Join the Loan Market Highland Park team

18 July 2019 - Loan Market's number one team in Australasia, Highland Park, is looking for a new team member.

How Australia’s Royal Commission could affect NZ investors

7 February 2019 - Shockwaves are running through Australia’s finance industry following the Royal Commission’s damning report so how could the recommendations impact on New Zealand investors?

MPM Judge asks: What's the argument?

5 September 2018 - Mike Pero and the companies bearing his name are back in court this week – and it’s all due to disagreement over whether a $5 million dividend should be paid.

Mortgage broker sent to prison

21 August 2018 - Convicted fraudster David Simon Barton is heading back to jail for evading income tax over 10 years.

ANZ scraps staff sales incentives

8 August 2018 - ANZ has scrapped sales-based bonuses for frontline retail staff, moving to a customer service focused bonus programme.

Patten on his new role with NZFSG; Co-op rate change

18 July 2018 - Veteran mortgage adviser Bruce Patten has hung up his shingle as a broker and moved into a new role at the NZ Financial Services Group. [Read on] KPMG...

Patten takes down broking shingle after 16 years

18 July 2018 - Veteran mortgage adviser Bruce Patten has hung up his shingle as a broker and moved into a new role at the NZ Financial Services Group.

ANZ appoints two Business Development Managers

13 July 2018 - Turner and Pask join the mortgage adviser distribution team of ANZ.

Winter chill settles on market

4 July 2018 - This week we are getting the latest data on the state of the housing market. QV's figures, out yesterday, show the big cities are pretty flat, but there...

Interest rates not likely to move for a long time

29 June 2018 - Yesterday's OCR announcement was no change as expected, but there is now a greater chance that the next move, whenever it is, may actually be a cut. To...

BNZ cuts; Bank staff still pressured to sell products

26 June 2018 - BNZ rolled out some cuts to its home loan rates yesterday, which pretty much match recent moves from ASB and ANZ. In the news First Union says bank staff...

The importance of advisers to ANZ

3 May 2018 - No rate changes today, but we have an excellent update on how ANZ is going in the home loan market and how much business mortgage advisers are adding to...

One up, one down at ANZ; Plus big profit jump

1 May 2018 - ANZ has tweaked its one and two year rates, increasing the one-year rate 10 basis points and taking 10 points off the two-year rate. The bank also released...

Wide variation in stress testing thresholds

3 April 2018 - Variations in stress testing thresholds and servicing conditions between lenders can have a major impact on an applicant’s borrowing power.

More property tax changes coming

3 April 2018 - Property tax is the big issue at the moment with the government now looking to remove negative gearing for investors.  [Read On] We want your views...

BNZ moves; Mortgage adviser survey

21 March 2018 - It's still very quiet on the rates front with the main news being that BNZ has ended its two-year special and increased the rate. FOR MORTGAGE ADVISERS:...

BNZ move puts pressure on other banks

1 February 2018 - Changes to BNZ’s mortgage adviser commission structure are acknowledgement of the ongoing client management work they do, industry veterans say.

Giving mortgage advisers a voice

17 January 2018 - Professionalising the financial advice industry will change public perceptions of mortgage advisers and help them survive the disruptive technology challenges they face.

Financial Advice NZ recruiting

12 December 2017 - New professional association Financial Advice NZ appears to be addressing concerns about how it will represent all strands of advice, by opting for a system of colleges.

Working group outlines new code's principles

1 December 2017 - Investment advisers look unlikely to need to meet higher competence standards under the new code of conduct for the industry.

Digital threat to mortgage advisers

27 November 2017 - All three banks who have reported results recently have highlighted their push into digital tools to grow their businesses. This provides a threat and an opportunity to mortgage advisers. Philip Macalister explains.

Bank credit rationing a myth: Healy

24 November 2017 - The common refrain heard from mortgage advisers is that banks are rationing credit, making it hard to get mortgages approved. But banks deny that's happening and blame the Reserve Bank.

A survival guide for financial adviser licensing

21 November 2017 - All financial advisory businesses will begin a mandatory licensing process, but do not fear, the FMA comes in peace, John Berry says. In the first of two-part commentary he shares his views on what to expect and how to prepare for change.

BNZ first bank to market with online lodgement tool

13 November 2017 - BNZ is set to launch an electronic lodgement process to help advisers and improve turnaround times on loan applications.

Westpac says advisers important, but...

8 November 2017 - Westpac CEO David McLean explains the bank's latest profit figures, why it won't do loans over 80%, the outlook for the housing market and the importance of mortgage advisers.

Advisers save BNZ's market share

3 November 2017 - Outgoing BNZ chief executive Anthony Healy has described the bank’s latest results as “satisfying”.

RESIMAC offering to refund first month of loan P&I

2 November 2017 - RESIMAC is offering to repay the first month's principal and interest on for new borrowers when they take out either a specialist or low-doc loan with the company.

Mortgage advisers key players in credit union’s success

1 November 2017 - A Hawke’s Bay-based credit union is attributing much of its recent success to their developing partnerships with mortgage brokers throughout New Zealand.

The Wrap: Deadlines for changes clearer (maybe)

27 October 2017 - Since this is the Weekly Wrap we thought we'd try and wrap the week up, highlighting the key news stories and looking ahead to what's happening next week. Read on to see what's on the agenda.

Kepa, The Advisers Institute, reveals new partner

26 October 2017 - [Advertorial] Leading New Zealand adviser group Kepa has announced a partnership with up-and-coming mortgage advice company Mortgage Lab.

Mortgage Express boosts Wellington team

25 October 2017 - After three years in London, working in corporate and investment banking, this adviser has followed his dreams back to the capital.

Kickbacks to agents shouldn't happen, but do

11 October 2017 - Relationships between mortgage advisers and real estate agents are being questioned by Consumer NZ, which is concerned about financial kickbacks.

Getting to Know: Anand Srinivasan

6 October 2017 - Anand Srinivasan has been making waves since he gave up working for a provider to work for himself.

Australian non-bank lender set to return to NZ

1 October 2017 - One of the bigger non-bank lenders before the GFC is set to return to New Zealand.

Newest adviser to join Mortgage Express

11 September 2017 - Sarah Kim is the newest adviser to join Mortgage Express’ Auckland team of mortgage advisers. Kim has a background in banking and real estate with seven...

Cameron Marcroft talks about becoming a top adviser

5 September 2017 - Eighteen months after leaving dealer group NZFSG, Cameron Marcroft has been named new mortgage adviser of the year. Here's his story.

MPM takes former franchisee to court

4 September 2017 - Mike Pero Mortgages is taking one of its former franchise owners back to the High Court to try to get an order that he has acted in contempt of court.

Under-active RFAs may drop out

29 August 2017 - A large number of advisers are not working full-time and may take the chance to drop out when new advice laws kick in.

ASB lauds fixed rate rollovers

9 August 2017 - ASB talked up its investments in digital technology, such as its fixed rate rollover tool, when it announced its first-ever $1 billion profit, but one of its first ventures into offering new services to customers looks doomed.

Dale-Jones: Judge us on our transparency

9 August 2017 - The chairman of the working group set up to develop a new industry code of conduct has deflected criticism of a lack of adviser involvement.

PAA hands out gongs, but not to lenders

4 August 2017 - The PAA handed out its excellence awards, designed to recognise the passion, pride, professionalism and general excellence in the mortgage advice industry.

Bawden's business rebrand

4 August 2017 - RE/MAX New Zealand is rebranding its finance arm which is run by Geoff Bawden.

Awards to industry's finest

4 August 2017 - Industry stalwarts and newcomers have been recognised with awards at this year’s joint IFA/PAA conference.

SBS eyes partnership with mortgage advisers

1 August 2017 - The bank says around a third of its business now comes from advisers and chief executive Shaun Drylie gives his views on commission models.

Review a resounding win for the 'big end of town'

19 July 2017 - Murray Weatherston, a founding member of SIFA, talks to us about the Financial Adviser Review Act, where it’s going and some of his thoughts on it.

SBS eyes 'partnership' with mortgage advisers

14 July 2017 - The bank says around a third of its business now comes from advisers and chief executive Shaun Drylie gives his views on commission models.

Bank battle costs sponsorship

9 July 2017 - PAA’s attempt to take on the banks over practises it says are undermining advisers looks to have cost it a major sponsor at this year’s adviser conference.

Surprise, surprise. Rates fall

7 April 2017 - Wasn't expecting this. ASB, Bank Direct and Sovereign have made little cuts to 18-month and two-year rates. [Details here] ...

What keeps mortgage advisers awake at night?

24 March 2017 - Calling all mortgage advisers! We are running a little survey to gauge what the big issues are for you and your business at the moment. We would love it...

Banks care more about income than equity

24 July 2016 - Homeowners who want to tap into their increased equity in their homes are being warned they may be disappointed, unless they have had an income boost, too.

New adviser association - yes, no, maybe?

17 June 2016 - Mortgage advisers have been asked what they thought about the idea of a new association to represent all the various disciplines. Here's what people are...

RBNZ says LVR restrictions worked; but not how people expected

10 June 2016 - The Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler says the LVR restrictions introduced by the bank have been "very successful". But his measure of success is not...

'Drastic' lending changes to challenge investors

8 June 2016 - ANZ surprised mortgage advisers recently when it announced a raft of changes to its lending policy which will make it even harder for property investors...

Mortgage Supply lassos brokers out West

7 June 2016 - The Mortgage Supply Co is opening another branded office in West Auckland

BNZ reveals how much broker business it has banked

6 May 2016 - BNZ chief executive Anthony Healy says the bank's re-entry to the broker market has gone well and it should have gone in earlier.

Another building society moves

6 April 2016 - Heretaunga Building Society has reduced its floating rate but put up its one-year rate. ...

New kid on the block

31 March 2016 - There's a new player in the home loans industry with Freedom Home Loans entering the market. Read here. ...

BNZ working out its wider roll out strategy to advisers

9 March 2016 - BNZ has taken on its next tranche of NZ Financial Services Group advisers bringing the total number of accredited brokers to 370.

Newpark double dates mortgage groups

1 March 2016 - Dealer group Newpark Broking Services (NBS) is now offering an alternative mortgage option to its life insurance adviser members.

Squirrel looks for lots of nuts

12 February 2016 - Top mortgage broker, and recent Peer to Peer lender, Squirrel launches one of the biggest crowd funding offers.  [READ ON] ...

ASB regains market share and sticks with commission model

10 February 2016 - ASB has picked up its home loan lending volumes to be in line with market growth after losing market share for nine consecutive quarters.

Record highs for regions

20 January 2016 - Slowing Auckland market contrasts with strength in regional markets, reveals new Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data. Read here.    Also,...

Tailor your mortgage news

7 January 2016 - Planning and thinking about the year ahead is top-of-mind at the moment. To help us deliver you the best mortgage news we are running a little survey....

GFS scoops up adviser awards

10 December 2015 - Auckland brokers Global Financial Services (GFS) have been named Mortgage Adviser of the Year 2015 by ANZ.

Broker channel working for BNZ

28 October 2015 - BNZ’s decision to resume distribution of home loans through mortgage advisers has gone better than expected. While the bank hasn't disclosed the volume of business it has written it has confirmed TMM Online's figures are correct.  

Decline in high LVR lending to investors

27 October 2015 - Bank lending to investors is already showing the effects of the Reserve Bank’s new loan-to-value (LVR) restrictions, which come into force at the beginning of next month.

Auckland mortgage fraud under investigation

22 October 2015 - Large-scale mortgage fraud in Auckland is currently under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).

Westpac introduces one-year special

15 October 2015 - Westpac has introduced a one-year Special fixed rate of 4.35% which is in line with other major banks. It has also reduced fixed rates across its card...

SBS turn to cut rates

28 September 2015 - SBS, which generally has some of the lowest rates in the market has made cuts to all its fixed rates bar the 18-month term. One feature is all of its specials...

Guilty verdict in mortgage fraud case

3 September 2015 - Vulnerable first-home buyers were the target of a woman who has been found guilty of mortgage fraud worth millions in the Auckland District Court.

Investors increasing Auckland price pressure – RBNZ

24 August 2015 - Growing investor demand for Auckland property has exacerbated the price pressures arising from the underlying supply shortage, the Reserve Bank says.

Mortgage rates inch lower

3 August 2015 - Last week ended with more rate cuts. HSBC came out with rates at 4.49% (see here). At the end of the day the ASB group of lenders also made cuts. Their...

HSBC does it again

31 July 2015 - HSBC has launched an interest rate of 4.49% for its one, two and three-year fixed-term residential mortgages.

Banks hit LVR brakes

21 July 2015 - Banks are closing the door on low-equity Auckland property investors, even before the Reserve Bank rules kick in.

[People] New groups adds to supply of advisers

22 May 2015 - The Mortgage Supply group has added three more advisers to its ranks.

Chinese banks creeping into lending market

22 May 2015 - Some big Chinese banks are starting to set up shop in New Zealand, but what could that mean for the residential mortgage market?

Former Liberty BDM goes it alone

13 May 2015 - After spending 11 years with Liberty Financial Geoff Styche has decided to leave the company and establish his own mortgage advisory business. His new...

Brokers help ANZ

6 May 2015 - ANZ reported its results for the six-months to March 31 yesterday. We took the opportunity to ask its chief executive David Hisco about mortgage advisers,...

Brokers play bigger role in ANZ home loan sales

6 May 2015 - ANZ has continued to grow its market share in the home lending market in the six-months to March 31 and mortgage brokers are playing a big part in sales.

SBS changes; ASB hikes commission rates

4 May 2015 - SBS has today rolled out a 5.35% special rate for two, three and five year fixed home loans.  These are for for new customers with at least $100K...

ASB and Sovereign increase upfront commissions

1 May 2015 - ASB and Sovereign have, from today, increased the amount of upfront commission they will pay to mortgage advisers.

[People] Mortgage Express recruits from outside

28 April 2015 - Mortgage Express has appointed Marcia Smythe as a mortgage adviser.

Poor turnaround times hurt advisers

23 April 2015 - Advisers are frustrated with having to cope with unacceptable delays in loan processing with lenders. 

[People] Mortgage Express adds another adviser

20 April 2015 - Michelle Xie has joined Mortgage Express's Auckland-based team of mortgage advisers

SBS finds the big home loans in Auckland

27 February 2015 - SBS Bank’s push into the Auckland market, with the use of mortgage advisers, is starting to pay off.

ASB reports strong profit but dip in home loan market share

11 February 2015 - ASB has reported a “good solid” half-year profit, based on strong underlying growth across the bank’s operating divisions.

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Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
AIA - Back My Build 6.19 - - -
AIA - Go Home Loans 8.74 7.14 6.75 6.39
ANZ 8.64 7.74 7.39 7.25
ANZ Blueprint to Build 7.39 - - -
ANZ Good Energy - - - 1.00
ANZ Special - 7.14 6.79 6.65
ASB Bank 8.64 7.14 6.75 6.39
ASB Better Homes Top Up - - - 1.00
Avanti Finance 9.15 - - -
Basecorp Finance 9.60 - - -
Bluestone 9.24 - - -
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
BNZ - Classic - 7.14 6.79 6.65
BNZ - Green Home Loan top-ups - - - 1.00
BNZ - Mortgage One 8.69 - - -
BNZ - Rapid Repay 8.69 - - -
BNZ - Std, FlyBuys 8.69 7.74 7.39 7.25
BNZ - TotalMoney 8.69 - - -
CFML Loans 9.45 - - -
China Construction Bank - 7.09 6.75 6.49
China Construction Bank Special - - - -
Co-operative Bank - First Home Special - 6.79 - -
Co-operative Bank - Owner Occ 8.40 6.99 6.79 6.65
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
Co-operative Bank - Standard 8.40 7.49 7.29 7.15
Credit Union Auckland 7.70 - - -
First Credit Union Special - 7.45 7.35 -
First Credit Union Standard 8.50 7.99 7.85 -
Heartland Bank - Online 7.99 6.89 6.55 6.35
Heartland Bank - Reverse Mortgage - - - -
Heretaunga Building Society 8.90 7.60 7.40 -
HSBC Premier 8.59 - - -
HSBC Premier LVR > 80% - - - -
HSBC Special - - - -
ICBC 7.85 7.05 6.69 6.59
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
Kainga Ora 8.64 7.74 7.35 6.99
Kainga Ora - First Home Buyer Special - - - -
Kiwibank 8.50 7.99 7.79 7.55
Kiwibank - Offset 8.50 - - -
Kiwibank Special - 6.99 6.79 6.65
Liberty 8.59 8.69 8.79 8.94
Nelson Building Society 9.00 7.65 7.25 -
Pepper Money Advantage 10.49 - - -
Pepper Money Easy 8.69 - - -
Pepper Money Essential 8.29 - - -
SBS Bank 8.74 7.74 7.09 6.95
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
SBS Bank Special - 7.14 6.49 6.35
SBS Construction lending for FHB - - - -
SBS FirstHome Combo 6.19 6.14 - -
SBS FirstHome Combo - - - -
SBS Unwind reverse equity 9.95 - - -
Select Home Loans 9.24 - - -
TSB Bank 9.44 7.79 7.55 7.45
TSB Special 8.64 6.99 6.75 6.65
Unity 8.64 6.99 6.79 -
Unity First Home Buyer special - 6.55 6.45 -
Wairarapa Building Society 8.60 6.95 6.85 -
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
Westpac 8.64 ▼7.49 7.35 6.99
Westpac Choices Everyday 8.74 - - -
Westpac Offset 8.64 - - -
Westpac Special - ▼6.89 6.75 6.39
Median 8.64 7.14 6.82 6.65

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