3 Steps to completing your Home Loan documents
To begin, read all documents provided to you in conjunction with your ANZ Consumer Lending Terms and Conditions.
When you have read all documents and are ready to begin, refer to our quick guides and videos to walk you through each document and show you where to sign.
Once you have signed your home loan documents, return all documents to your lender. Ensure you keep a copy of each document for your own records.
Check our quick guides and videos
This is the legal mortgage document that is lodged by ANZ with your state or territory as part of the mortgage registration process.
Letter of Offer
This is your formal contract with ANZ that outlines the terms and conditions of your loan. This document must be read in conjunction with the ANZ Consumer Lending Terms & Conditions.
Your loan documents must be completed in the presence of an independent witness. This form is completed by a qualified witness to confirm the identity of the mortgagor and the witness.
Disbursement & Settlement Form
This Disbursement & Settlement Authority form authorises ANZ to withdraw funds from an ANZ account to meet the full amount due at settlement, or to deposit surplus funds where applicable.
Direct Loan Payment Form
The Direct Loan Payment form should be completed if you would like to make payments to your loan direct from your nominated ANZ account.
We recommend you read the Consumer Lending Terms and Conditions provided with your documents prior to signing any documentation. This booklet is also available on anz.com or can be requested by calling 13 13 14.
We recommend that you speak to your Lender if you need any further clarification on any of the documents provided. This information is intended as a guide only; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice.