Self-employed and looking for a home loan?
How we can help you…
We understand each self-employed borrower is unique with a different set of challenges and goals. We take the time to understand your specific challenges and tailor a solution to meet your finance needs.
Businesses change and evolve over time. Your financial situation may be complex, or your financial statements might be outdated. With us you can be assured of a loan that matches your current income.
Broad product range
Whether it’s a new home, purchasing equipment, or an investment property, we have a broad array of solutions designed to cater to a diverse range of self-employed borrowers needs.
Why go with us
A YBR broker can work with you to identify your specific goals and find you the right match.
Let us help get you started!
We search, compare and negotiate
We will research the market, compare rates from various banks and lenders and arrange a loan to suit your needs.
We do the heavy lifting
We keep the application process simple by managing the paperwork from application right through to settlement.
Choose the right loan for you
We present the options and the facts, to help you secure the right home loan for your individual goals.
See how much you can save
Unsure if your existing loan is passing on the entire benefit to you? Calculate now!
OVER THE LIFE OF YOUR LOAN
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Estimated savings based upon YBR’s equivalent product for the same product over the same tenure.
What our clients have to say
The circumstances of each self-employed borrower are unique.
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Terms and conditions:
The comparison rate is based on a loan for $150,000 and a term of 25 years. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. The information is provided by Yellow Brick Road Finance Pty. Limited ACN 128 708 109 Australian Credit Licence 393195 and does not take your personal objectives, financial situation or needs into account. Consider its appropriateness to these factors before deciding whether to act on it.