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Refinance in FY24 with HAS

If you’re feeling the incredible pinch of the nonstop increasing cost of living pressures, you’re certainly not alone.

Mortgage payments have now doubled due to the interest rate cliff, grocery bills have skyrocketed and almost every household bill continues to grow without us using our services differently.

This can mean the make or break, and what little dollars we may have left after paying all our essential living costs. We understand the many obstacles facing ordinary Australians who are trying to keep afloat in the property market.

There is a very relatable and concerning question we might be asking ourselves.

How am I going to survive?

That’s why we’ve tailored our product to suit you. We’re dedicated at HAS to being able to help when you really need it. HAS shared equity can help you afford to refinance your mortgage at a lower monthly cost.

Shared equity is an exciting, cost reducing alternative to a traditional home loan. Already proven in other parts of the world, we want Australians to reap its full benefits.

It offers a lower monthly repayment, and a greater serviceability for your home loan. HAS shared equity helps you service your loan, despite rising interest rates and fluctuations in the economy.

Refinance in FY24 with HAS

We offer a 3.25% fixed interest rate for five years on the shared equity portion of your loan, with the first three years’ monthly payments funded by the shared equity facility!

Enjoy reduced repayments, no Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) and survive this difficult time of rising essential living costs and higher interest rates.

Learn more about how to refinance with HAS Shared Equity.

Are you eligible? Submit our eligibility form.

We’ll get back to you within 48 hours.
Check out the HAS Shared Equity website for more.


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