Change your existing mortgage security
Your mortgage security is the asset (usually one or multiple properties) used to secure your mortgage with St.George. There are many reasons you might be looking to change the way your existing mortgage security is set up. These could include selling your property, discharging all or part of your loan or substituting your security for another property.
Information about fully discharging your mortgage security
Discharging your mortgage means you are removing St.George’s mortgage from your property title, often due to a property sale or refinance.
Selling your property
Whether you’re planning to upgrade, downsize, relocate or rent, we are ready to help with expert advice and support to make the process as simple as possible. We can also provide you with free Property Reports to give you all the information to make your next step a success.
Looking to refinance your loan
If you’re considering refinancing your loan, we’d love the opportunity to understand your needs and see how we can help. Our team can discuss ways to save you time and money by reviewing your current loan and banking situation, as well as providing you with valuable information to find the best outcome for you.
Information about changing your existing mortgage security
There are many reasons you might want to make changes to your existing mortgage security, such as a partial discharge or substitution of security.
A partial discharge is when you have more than one property that is secured by a loan, and you would like to release one of those properties as security, without repaying the full loan.
Substitution of security
If you would like to replace your existing security with another property, you can apply for a substitution of security. This commonly occurs when you are selling your home and would like to retain your existing loan for your next property.
You can apply to release or change your security by completing the Request to Amend Existing Mortgage Security form and returning it to us. Or talk to us today so we can help guide you through this process.
Once we have received your request it will take us AT LEAST 10 business days (14 calendar days, excluding public holidays) from when we receive your request to process it and have it ready to book for settlement.
We will send you an acknowledgement letter to advise we have received your request and are attending to it. Please allow 3 business days to receive this letter in the mail. If you do not receive this acknowledgement letter please contact us.
The information on our website is prepared without knowing your personal financial circumstances. Before you act on this general information, please consider if it’s right for you. If you need help, call 13 33 30.