Sell my property
Benefits to selling first
Use portability to keep your loan and save
Portability, also known as a substitution of security, gives you the power of choice to keep your home loan.
When selling, instead of discharging your mortgage, you keep it. You then request a security swap, changing the property held as security against the loan from your old property to your new one.
NB: Speak to a home lending expert to see if portability is right for you.
Benefits to buying first
Things to consider before you buy
Access your home equity
Using your equity, you can apply to increase your home loan to renovate to sell, upgrade to a new property or have a deposit ready to make a purchase.
Relocation or bridging loans
Found a new property but haven’t sold your old one? A standalone relocation loan or one combined with a new home loan could bridge the gap for up to 12 months.
Renovation or relocation?
If you’re selling to relocate, use equity or a loan increase (top-up) for renovations, while if extending to stay, a building or construction loan could fit the bill.
Where are you on your property journey?
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