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Kenneth

10 months ago

Elvis, Hello. I do have one lender that will lend to applicants on 489 Visa, however there are a number of conditions that need to be met, how much time left on the visa etc. As I am sure you are aware, it will be much better to approach this as a PR, particularly given that any approach without Permanent Residency would require FIRB approval which can be costly. We would also need to clarify the type of loan that you are seeking, given you are currently in Tasmania, but your land purchase is in Melbourne we would need to understand if you are intending to relocate at any time and what impact that may have on your jobs. Should you require a full assessment, please view my profile and complete the contact details via the Hashching Platform. Best Regards - Ken

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Allan

10 months ago

I am unsure what changes may have changed with 489 visa. But 80% loans have been possible previously. If u are hoping for the 20,000 tas grant i think u would need to have it changed to permanent. Let me know if you would like some more information

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