How HashChing Works

HashChing is Australia’s first online marketplace for home loans allowing consumers to access great deals without having to shop around. Completely FREE for borrowers .We do all the hard work for you. We show you better home loan deals from multiple lenders and connect you to a professional mortgage broker servicing your area

View negotiated home loan deals from multiple lenders

Get connected to your local mortgage broker to secure the deal

Negotiate further with the broker and save more at no cost to you


Still going to comparison sites searching for great home loan deals? Tired of going to individual bank to negotiate a better rate?
We help you shop for a home loan deal just like you’d shop for anything else online.

Negotiated Deals

No need to go to comparison sites that only show you lender advertised rates that are biased towards their own products.

We do all the hard work for you. We negotiate better home loan deals from multiple lenders by connecting you to a verified professional mortgage broker servicing your area.

Personalised Service

Think of us as your personal concierge for all your financial needs – calculators, property report, blogs, and best of all, great new home loan deals.

A verified broker from your local area calls you at a pre arranged time and does all the negotiation with the lenders for you, so you can focus on the stuff that matters to you.

FREE To Consumers

We don't like having to pay to get great personalised service and great deals. Our services are completely FREE to consumers (you!). We get paid a small fee from our broker who in turn gets paid by the lender.

You do not pay anything to our partner brokers or to us!

Professional Verified Brokers

No one wants an anonymous person asking for personal details on the phone.

HashChing verifies that all featured brokers are legally authorised to provide credit services and have more than 3 years’ experience.

With Hashching, you get to see the full profile of the mortgage broker, including a photograph, in an email before your scheduled call.