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Helping you and your first home buyers

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It’s evident that first home buyers find buying their first home tough and very complicated – so ANZ has launched a new campaign promoting a conveyancing offer, dedicated website and new tools to help customers.

Majority of first home buyers will seek out a broker to help them, so to support you in helping your first home buyer customers, ANZ will continue to offer up to $1,000 conveyancing rebate for eligible first home buyers. Learn more about eligibility criteria and T&Cs here.

Plus there are new tools and resources including a dedicated website to provide customers with home buying information — when they need it most! The website contains helpful articles about stamp duty, jargon busting, settlement and much more. You may find some of these resources helpful in your discussions with first home buyers. Check it out at www.anz.com/firsthome.

ANZ recognises the important role brokers play in helping the next generation of Australians get into the property market. There is a critical role to play, which is why it's ANZ’s mission to be Australia’s leading bank for brokers, one who ensures that broker customers receive excellent service for the life of their loan. ANZ is also investing in broker education and simplifying our processes which ultimately may help to ensure that the overall ANZ broker experience is improved.

Want to know more? Speak to an ANZ BDM today, and if you’re not accredited with ANZ, find out how.



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