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LEZLI

3 hours ago

Hi Nighila, as permanent residents, you can buy now. Feel free to contact me via my Profile page and I will help you. Look forward to hearing from you. Lezli

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Erica

1 week ago

Hi Nighila thank you for your enquiry. I would be happy to meet with you and your husband. I am based on the Central Coast also. We could meet up to go through your best options. Regards Erica

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Iva

1 week ago

Hi there Nighila. I have completed many applications similar to yours. Click on my profile and let me know if you’d like to have a chat so I can provide you with a seamless lending experience. Talk soon, Iva Rasic. BorrowRight

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Taras

1 week ago

Hi Nighila, as many have mentioned, you are in a position where you can probably borrow now. It is a matter of finding a broker you are comfortable dealing with and who has the ability to find you the best loan for your needs. I am based in Pearl Beach not far from you, and would be happy to help in any way I can. As always, you can reach me on my profile. Kindest regards, Taras

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kelvin

1 week ago

Being a permanent resident you are eligible for a loan with 1 payslip. Based on $100k and $70k income (as an example) - with no other loans or credit cards and for a family of 3 - you should be eligible for a loan to $1M - thats loan servicing. . The other side of lending is the deposit - so $600k our purchase has $22.7K Stamp Duty (unless first home owner) and $22.7k LMI. Interest rate from 3.79%.

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Laurayne

1 week ago

Hi Nighila, Your recent move to Australia should not effect your application as long as you are both Permanent Residents. I would need further information to be able investigate your finance options for a purchase of a property to live in. You can contact me through my profile if you wish to discuss further. Regards Laurayne

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Rajesh

1 week ago

Hi Nighila, As long as you are permanent resident, timing is not an issue, I will be able to help you, You can reply on my profile and I can meet you personally and guide you step by step. Regards,

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