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The most common home loan.
Lower total costs as well as a lower interest rate.
Repayment terms ranging from 16 to 29 years.
Borrow over the government home loan limit.
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If you are wondering how the home lending process works, you're in good company. Discover the process here.
Just as exercise keeps one physically fit, financial fitness likewise takes effort. Discover steps to prepare yourself for buying a home.
Know who supports you.
Equity Atlas is a worker-owned, community-inspired, finance corporation dedicated to building local equity through community ownership. View our corporate mandate.
Borrower's Rights: Know what to expect.
Transparency is a central focus at Equity Atlas. As a borrower, you have rights. We further extend those rights to include a new set of common sense expectations that should be a part of every financial relationship.
You Have New Rights
It is not enough to offer a banker's version of a borrower's rights. We are extending new right's to borrowers, such as the right to support their local economy and the right to understand their obligation.