flagFounded: 2020

businessOwned by: Rate Money

monetization_onFunded by: Thinktank, Mortgage House & Pepper

securityLMI Provider: Self-Insured

account_balanceLender type: Specialist Lender

Led by a team of experienced mortgage professionals, Rate Money’s aim is to help self-employed borrowers.

They have identified that self-employed borrowers require a higher degree of expertise and flexibility compared to other borrowers.

They accept alternative documents to verify income for self-employed borrowers like Accountant’s Declaration and Business Activity Statement (BAS).

They can work with clients who want to purchase via self-managed super fund or other financings.

How do Rate Money’s home loans compare?



What type of home loans do they have?

Rate Money home loan products are centred around helping self-employed borrowers.

  • Hot Money: It allows greater credit flexibility where there have been late payments or credit issues including defaults.
  • Think Money: Income can be verified using either Accountant’s Declaration or Business Activity Statements (BAS). The maximum LVR depends on the location of the property.
  • House Money: House Money Extra allows self-employed borrowers to provide tax returns from the last financial year as proof of income. Company debts can be excluded from servicing. House Money Easy is for those with large deposit or equity.

What makes them different?

If you’re self-employed looking for an investment loan or home loan, Rate Money’s team of specialist advisors will provide their expertise.

As most of them are self-employed, they understand and can navigate the lending process and mitigate the challenges faced by business owners. Rate Money can get your home loan approved if you do not have full financials or tax returns as they accept alternative documentation.

They can even verify your income with current supporting information, which provides a clearer assessment of your borrowing ability.

Compare Rate Money to other lenders

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