Why choose Resimac for your home loan?Resimac is one of Australia and New Zealand’s premier non-bank lenders, dating back to 1985. We offer low interest rates with great loan features including offset accounts and the ability to make extra repayments and redraw funds. Our diverse funding sources include one of Australia’s most respected securitisation programmes and gives us the flexibility to provide solutions for a broader range of customer situations.
Customers with a Resimac loan are entitled to an exclusive customer benefits program offering discounts on a vast array of products and services in Australia and New Zealand.
We are pioneers of the non-bank industry, and as we are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), you have the assurance that we are backed by nationwide strength and security. Being publicly listed also means we adhere to the ASX’s strict standards on reporting and transparency in the way we run our business.
As well as being regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), we are also members of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA). This means that in the rare occurrence that one of our 50,000+ customers may wish to lodge a complaint, they have recourse via an independent authority in the unlikely event that they are dissatisfied with our response.
We care about our community and our planet. We are proud to support Food Ladder, a not-for-profit and global pioneer in the use of environmentally sustainable technologies to create food and economic security for remote communities. We’re also proud to be carbon conscious. Resimac is working with non-profit group Carbon Positive to support community tree planting projects across Australia. Resimac’s earlier initiatives have helped plant more than 40,000 trees over 10 years.
Finally, with our network of over 12,000 mortgage broker partners, you have the reassurance that thousands of brokers recommend Resimac to their clients each year.
Talk to your mortgage broker about taking out a loan with Resimac, today!