Investment properties

Set your future up for success

Investment properties can be a great way to build long-term wealth and generate passive income. If you’re considering purchasing an investment property, it’s important to get in touch with One Stone, we can help you understand your borrowing capacity and find the right loan product to suit your individual circumstances.

One of the first steps in purchasing an investment property is to determine your budget and borrowing capacity. One Stone can help you understand your financial position and provide guidance on the loan products that best suit your needs. They can also assist with the application process, making it easier and less stressful for you.

When it comes to investment properties, there are many factors to consider, including location, property type, and your long-term financial goals. We can provide you with valuable advice on these and other factors, helping you make informed decisions and achieve your investment goals.

It’s also important to consider the various costs associated with purchasing an investment property, such as stamp duty, legal fees, and other expenses. We can help you understand these costs and factor them into your budget and loan application.

When it comes to loan products for investment properties, there are many options available, including interest-only loans, variable rate loans, and fixed rate loans. One Stone can help you understand the pros and cons of each type of loan, and recommend the best loan product to suit your individual needs and investment goals.

Home Loans for purchasing Investment properties via our extensive lender panel including; 86 400, Liberty Financial, Adelaide Bank, Citi, Heritage Bank, AMP, Bluestone Bank, ANZ, Bank of us, bankwest, Commonwealth Bank, ING, MyState Bank, Bank of Melbourne, Pepper Savings Bank, Suncorp, Virgin money, Westpac, St. George, NAB, Macquarie Bank, La Trobe Financial, Bank of Queensland, Teachers Mutual Bank, me Bank, Firefighters Mutual Bank, Beyond Bank, Bank SA, firstmac, and Auswide Bank.