NAB Broker has announced changes to its variable home loan rates.
NAB Broker said it will increase the interest rate on all new and existing variable rate home loans by 0.17 per cent to 5.63 per cent, effective Thursday, 12 November 2015.
Earlier today NAB announced that it will increase the interest rate on all new and existing variable rate home loans by 0.17 per cent to 5.60 per cent.
NAB Broker general manager, Steve Kane, said the decision was in response to regulatory changes on capital requirements and the increased costs associated with providing home loans.
“We operate in a dynamic and highly regulated home loan market and a number of lenders are making changes to meet regulatory obligations,” Mr Kane said.
“We believe this is the right decision for the long term and brokers are in a prime position to support customers through this change and provide them with the advice they need.”
There are no changes to fixed rates, with NAB Broker having cut its two, three and four-year fixed home loan rates earlier this year.
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