It is essential to attach all the required documentation with the application to boost your chances of loan approval. The lender will lookout your savings, investments to make sure you are in the position of repayments. Moreover, further documents like a fixed price building contract, building plans approved by the council, and a copy of the builder’s license will be needed.
Once your construction loan is approved, our professional will let you know and give you funds in a series. After considering the building process outlined in your building contract, these milestones will beset us.
Before making the last payment on your builder’s account, the lender will check the property and ask for a few more documents to complete the verification and final valuation of the building. After the payment, the loan will switch to standard home or loan packages according to your requirement.
Now you are all set. With our outstanding services, you can freely make your decisions without worrying. It’s time to get off the ground and celebrate the brand new house with your friends and family.
Hillside is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 24 km north-west of Melbourne’s Central Business District, located within the Cities of Brimbank and Melton local government areas. Hillside recorded a population of 17,056 at the 2016 Census. There is another Hillside in Victoria, a small rural district near Bairnsdale. The suburb of Hillside was previously part of the neighbouring suburb of Sydenham however its name was changed to Hillside approximately 18 years ago.[clarification needed]. It has estates with names of Cypress Rise, Banchory Grove, Parkwood Green, Bellevue Hill, Sugargum Estate, Hillside 2000 and Regency Rise.
There is always a need to look for a broker who has held an Australian Credit License or Credit Representative status, which is a requirement of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). In addition, for more assurance, ask the broker if he is a member of the industry body – the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA).
According to new data compiled by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA), mortgage brokers are earning an average of $142,000 per year before costs.