Advantedge Financial Services has reduced rates across its interest-only loans for investors and owner occupiers under the brands of its white-label aggregation partners.
The mortgage funder has made reductions of up to 23 basis points on its interest-only variable rate for owner occupiers, up to nine basis points on its interest-only fixed rates for owner occupiers, and up to three basis points for its interest-only variable rate for investors.
The rate reductions coincide with Advantedge’s restructuring of its pricing by loan purpose (investor and owner-occupied) and repayment type (principal and interest and interest-only).
Brett Halliwell, general manager of Advantedge, said the pricing changes demonstrate the group’s ability to adapt and remain competitive in a changing regulatory environment.
“We are a nimble business and remain committed to developing competitive products for our aggregator and broker partners,” Mr Halliwell said.
“Through our new pricing structure, Advantedge is empowered to be more flexible, and can deliver products tailored to specific loan segments.”
Advantedge also announced that it plans to work closely with brokers to improve submission standards.
“We want brokers to help us help them to provide a better experience for their customers. If we receive top quality submissions, we can in turn deliver top quality service, convenience and more consistent turnaround times,” Mr Halliwell said.
“I enjoy receiving broker feedback that our operations team has delighted by delivering an unconditional approval on first touch, often within 16 working hours. We want more brokers to experience this kind of service, more often.
“If brokers can assist us by following a few simple submission requirements, we’re confident we can dramatically increase our rate of first-touch unconditional approval responses, which is really the ultimate in broker and customer experience.”
Advantedge’s new loan application submission standards include:
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