ING will offer $ 3,000 in cashback in mortgage loans


As the drawdowns of the term financing facilities come to an end, ING is now offering refinanced clients $ 3,000 in cashback on mortgage products.

ING offers cashback on all fixed and variable home loans, provided there is at least $ 500,000 left on the loan.

Borrowers must apply by September 30 and pay off the mortgage by December 31.

ING currently offers fixed rate home loans for owner occupiers starting at 1.84% per annum (comparison rate of 3.73% per annum *), which applies to the fixed two-year mortgage loan with account Orange Advantage compensation.

Other lenders to have offered repayment offers include Westpac and its subsidiaries St. George, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA, and 86,400, among others.

Compared to other lenders, however, ING’s minimum refinancing rate of $ 500,000 is much higher; many other lenders require a minimum of around $ 150,000 to $ 250,000.

Below, you can compare a range of home loans from other lenders with great deals, including repayment deals.




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*Comparison rate is based on a loan of $ 150,000 over 25 years. Please note that the comparison rate only applies to the examples given. Different loan amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as draw charges and cost savings such as fee waivers are not included in the comparison rate but can influence the cost of the loan.


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Harrison astbury


Harrison is a senior financial reporter and joined Savings in 2020. Prior to joining Savings, he worked for some of Australia’s largest comparison sites and media organizations. With a keen interest in economics, housing policy and personal finance, Harrison is passionate about educating readers about the strings that are pulled in high places and how it affects everyday Australians.







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