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Cheapbills Finance

Do you want a cheaper deal on your home or business loan? You could save money with our online loan comparison.

We compare a range of products from various lenders

to help you find what you’re looking for.

Cheapbills compares rates from the major lenders to assist you in getting online approval.
We compare thousands of products from over 200 brands, across more than 30 different categories,
including home loans, personal loans, credit, refinance and much more.

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Call us for impartial, expert advice

1300 786 045

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Home loans simplified

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First time buyerFirst time buyer?  

Moving homeMoving home?  

Re-Mortgaging?Re-Mortgaging?  

Mortgage overpayment?Mortgage overpayment?  

With over 1,000 products from more than 200 brands to compare we can provide a hassle-free quote to suit your circumstances.

Home Loans

Loan refinancing simplified

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Need some additional cash or just looking for a better home loan?

  • Pay less each month with a lower interest rate
  • Reduce the time to payback your mortgage
  • Get a cash advance for unexpected expenses or treat yourself to a new car or holiday
  • Consolidate your other debts

With over 1,000 products from more than 200 brands to compare we can provide a hassle-free quote to suit your circumstances.

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Cheapbills works with multiple lendors to help you find the perfect loan as per your requirements.


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We use the latest technology to match lenders and borrowers.

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We examine your individual lending needs to find the perfect loan for you and your situation

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We work with you through the process of applying and give you support along the way.

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All you need to know about finding the cheapest home loan…

I’d like to buy a property. How much money can I borrow? plus

This really will depend on a few things about your personal circumstances,including:

  • Your employment status
  • Your income (and your partner’s if you are taking out a joint loan)
  • The amount of deposit you already have
  • How much your living expenses cost
  • Any other debt you might have, including your credit cards

Next, think about how much you can comfortably afford in monthly repayments. It is recommended that you add an additional 2-3% of that to allow for any interest rates there may be.

Are you going to live in the property or rent it out? If you think you will rent it out, then take the expected rental income into account to help pay the mortgage.

Again, add an additional buffer to allow for rental management fees, maintenance costs and short periods where you don’t have a tenant.

Once you work that out, you could get a fair idea of how much you can comfortably borrow over a period of 30 years (the typical home loan period).

How much deposit will I need to save to buy a house? plus

A lot of banks and lenders will recommend that you have at least 20% of the value of the house as a deposit. However, some lenders will actually let you borrow more, meaning that your deposit can be less - say between 5-10%. This is great if you only have a small amount saved, but there are pros and cons on both sides.

  • Having a deposit of less than 20% means that you must pay Lenders Mortgage insurance.
  • Having a larger deposit means that you may have more choice of lender. You may even pay a lower interest rate. It also means that you won’t pay as much as your loan will be lower.

Some states and territories offer a concession or a government grant for being a first home buyer. It’s worth speaking to your lender to see what you are eligible for.

Will Cheapbills help me with budgeting? plus

We will put you in touch with financers and lenders who will help you choose the right loan and budgeting for your circumstances.

What do I need to do to get started? plus

Simply complete the online form and one of our Experts will call you back to discuss your needs and compare what you’re currently paying for your broadband with other retailers.

You then make the decision to get finance. It’s a hassle-free process and you don’t have to do anything.

Can I trust Cheapbills? plus

Yes! We have helped over 100,000 families to save money on home and personal loans. We also have 5-star reviews from our customers.

We at Cheapbills have been established as an online comparison website since 2013. However, our mother company, Integral Resource Group has been servicing Australian customers since 2011. We are based in Level 1, 123 York Street, South Melbourne; next to the famous South Melbourne market.

Any information you share with us is kept secure and only shared with the retailer you are comfortable to switch to. You can read more about this in our privacy policy.

What other expenses will I have when I buy a property? plus

When working out how much you can afford, you will need to factor in additional costs that come with purchasing a property. These include:

  • Stamp duty
  • Legal fees
  • Building inspections
  • Strata fees
  • Council fees

Since a typical home loan lasts around 30 years, it is wise to factor in changes to your personal circumstances.

Why is my credit record important for loan approval? plus

Your credit record has all the information of all the finances you have applied for and either been accepted or declined. It also details your financial information and gives you a score known as a ‘credit rating.’ If the rating is good, this means that you are low risk and that you are likely to pay back the loan. However, if you have a low credit rating, you present as a high risk and are seen to be unlikely to be able to pay the loan back.

Anything that is on your credit record, including any applications that you have not followed through with, remains on it for at least 5 years. Therefore, you should repay any loans or credit on time so that your record is not tarnished.

Having a good credit record may also help you to secure lower interest rates or increase your credit card limit.

No-one can access your credit report without your permission. If you choose to go ahead with a loan, the credit provider will ask you to consent.

How quickly can I repay my loan? plus

A mortgage term is typically 30 years, during which time you will be expected to make regular monthly payments. However, by making additional payments, you can expect it to be a shorter period. This is because the more you pay, the less interest overall there is.

You could also choose to make repayments fortnightly or weekly which may reduce the amount of interest you are charged. It is best to check with your lender to see how they make calculations on your repayments.

We have a strong relationship with all our home loan and business lenders and these continue to grow each year.

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If you’re a small business owner, you may need to obtain some additional funding for stock, equipment or expansion.

You should research and consider the following before applying for a loan.

  • The type of loan you apply for could affect your tax obligations
  • Your cash flow might be affected
  • Consider how much you realistically need
  • Think about how much time you will need to repay the loan and include in that how much you can comfortably afford to pay each month

How a typical home loan (or mortgage) works in 3 easy steps:

1. Save a deposit:  The more you save, the lower the amount you need to borrow and the less you will pay in interest over the life of the loan.

2. Apply for a loan and get it approved: The lender approves the loan in principle, enabling you to look for a property within a set budget. Once you've decided on the loan amount, you'll need to finalise the loan documents with your lender.

3. Offer the property as security: This means you pay a lower interest rate than for other loans. But, if you fall seriously behind on your repayments, the lender has the right to sell your home to get its money back.