• Secured Personal Loan vs Unsecured Personal Loan

    There are essentially 2 types of Personal Loan: A secured personal loan and an unsecured personal loan, and selecting which of these is right for you should be close to the top of your check list, when commencing your personal loan comparison.   What’s the difference between a secured and an unsecured personal loan? Personal loans can be used to fund a broad range of purchases including cars, (the most common use), through ...(continued)

  • Temp resident visa

    Compare the Best Personal Loans for non residents of Australia

    Many of the major banks offer Temporary Resident Personal Loans subject to some specific eligibility requirements that vary by provider, these requirements include proof of a regular annual income and a current Working (457), Business, Investor or Student Visa.   Personal Loan Application Requirements For Non-Australian Residents As your overseas credit report cannot be accessed by Australian Personal Loan providers, each o...(continued)

  • How to finance your renovation

    How to finance your renovation

    There are a number of ways you can finance your renovation project, depending on the size of the project and your project budget. Our guide to of some of the best finance solutions for renovators is designed to help you establish which finance option is best suited to your renovation project. If you do not have savings to use on your project you will to look at the funding options available, a good first step is to gain an unders...(continued)

  • Visa which Westpac will accept loan applications from

    As a temporary resdient in Australia you will need to check that your Visa is accepted by Westpac prior to commencing any temporary resident credit card or personal loan application. If you are seeking information on opening a bank account with Westpac you can check out their Migration Banking Services. Westpac List and description of Acceptable Visas Visa Description 100 Spouse/Defacto partner is a permanent resident 10...(continued)