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LEZLI

6 months ago

Hi Kate, Sure, you would be able to get an investment loan - need to know more about your income. Please feel free to contact me via my Profile page - I've got access to rates from 3.74%, variable, P & I, clean credit. Look forward to hearing from you. Lezli

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Michael

7 months ago

Hi Kate, I would be asking why you want to buy an investment property? Do you have a finance and investment strategy before choosing an investment. I see so many people doing this in reverse and wondering why they had a different outcome. It is better to have a plan before building your property portfolio. Things to consider are location, type of investment, gearing, returns, tax minimisation, and time frame to reach your goal. If you have any questions I'm available for a quick chat :-)

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Ivano

7 months ago

G'morn Kate, it may be possible but I'd need more information from you to be able to confirm your eligibility and determine your borrowing capacity. Click on my profile when you're ready to begin the process, thanks.

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Steve

7 months ago

Hi Kate, yes you can use the equity in your home to buy an investment property. Please call me to discuss so I can ensure that other important factors are all ok & I can then assist you to find the right property for you with the right loan structure - regards Steve

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Alex

7 months ago

Hi Kate, provided your credit history is ok, and your income is sufficient to service an investment loan and your living expenses, then you're well on your way to buying an investment property. A quick chat over the phone or email would enable me to confirm your borrowing capacity. Thanks, Alex

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Robin

7 months ago

Hi Kate. Yes. Of course there are qualifying factors and limits which depend upon your current fiscal position. Cheers

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Andrew

7 months ago

Hello Kate, there are a few other items to confirm when it comes to buying property but if you don't currently have a deposit and you are looking to use equity from your home to assist with purchasing an investment property then owning your home outright definitely gets you off to a good start in that area... Please feel free to view my profile and give me a call for a more thorough discussion and explore your options.

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