Thousands of Australians enjoy the freedom of working for themselves. Being your own boss means time is at a premium, not to mention the challenge of keeping up with the paperwork.
ANZ is giving self-employed people an easier, more flexible approach to buying a home, investing in residential property or refinancing an existing home or residential investment loan.
Our ANZ Lo Doc Home or Residential Investment Loan is simple, hassle free and packed with many of the features you've come to expect from ANZ.
Low on hassles, big on features
ANZ Lo Doc combines all the features of our ANZ Standard Variable and ANZ Fixed Home and Residential Investment Loans with a flexible application process. You can borrow up to 60% of the value of the secured property (subject to the property type and location). And you will not pay a premium on our current ANZ interest rates.
ANZ Lo Doc can give you access to features such as flexible repayment options, redraw^ and 100% mortgage offset* on eligible loans (which means you can still make extra repayments and enjoy flexibility if you chose ANZ Standard Variable).
Benefits at a glance
- Designed specifically for people who are self employed
- Flexible application process
- Available on Equity Manager, ANZ Standard Variable and Fixed Home and Residential Investment Loans
- Competitive interest rates
- Available to home buyers and residential property investors.
Send us an enquiry
At ANZ, we believe that being self-employed shouldn't be a barrier to owning a home or investing in property. To take advantage of ANZ Lo Doc:
How to apply
All applications for credit are subject to ANZ's normal credit approval criteria. Terms and conditions available on application. Fees and charges apply.
^ Terms and conditions and eligibility criteria apply to redraw. Redraw is no available on loans in a company name. Minimum redraw amount is $2,000. For further information on redraw please refer to the ANZ Consumer Lending Terms and Conditions (PDF 412kb).
* Available with an ANZ One bank account. Terms and Conditions, fees and charges apply.
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