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Low Doc Bridging Loans for Residential Property.
A low doc home loan can be a suitable option for self-employed individuals who do not have up-to-date tax returns or financial documentation to support their loan application. However, low doc loans may come with higher interest rates and fees compared to traditional home loans, so it’s important to carefully consider the costs and eligibility criteria before applying.

Regarding bridging loans, they are a type of short-term loan that can help borrowers bridge the gap between the purchase of a new property and the sale of an existing property. This type of loan can be useful if you need to access funds quickly to secure a new property before your existing property is sold. Bridging loans generally have higher interest rates than standard home loans, and it’s important to carefully consider the costs and repayment terms before applying for one. It’s also important to have a clear plan for how you will repay the bridging loan once your existing property is sold.

A bridging loan is a short-term loan which can bridge the gap between the purchase price of your new home and maintaining your existing mortgage until your existing home is sold. It allows you to access the equity in your existing home as security for the deposit towards your new home.

  • Low Doc Bridging available to Self Employed Borrowers
  • Loans up to $2,000,000 (Up to 75% LVR to $2,000,000 and up to 80% LVR to $1,500,000)
  • Interest Capitalised during Bridging Period.
  • Available in both Prime and Near Prime
  • Cat 1 and 2 locations only
  • Loan Term from 6 months minimum to 18 months maximum
  • Servicing to be evident on the residual debt position post sale of property
  • Credit Profile: Unlimited defaults up to $1,000 and no more than 2 paid defaults greater than 12 months
  • Standard Residential Property (must be zoned residential or rural residential)
  • Owner occupied and Investment
  • Individuals, companies and trusts

The main documents that we will accept that can be used to verify your income are:

  • An Accountants Letter verifying your income.
  • 6 months of Lodged BAS Statements from ATO Portal
  • 6 months of Business bank statements

You must have an ABN that has been registered (and possibly GST registered if income is over $75,000) Most Lenders require ABN to be registered for 2 years. We have lenders that will accept an ABN registered for only 6 months.

Loan purpose Residential or Rural Residential (up to 25 acres) in cat 1 or 2 locations
Loan term 6 months > 18 months maximum
Interest type Variable
Repayment type Interest-only
Repayment options Capitalised, Monthly, fortnightly or weekly.
Repayment method Direct debit only.
Maximum Loan to 80% in high population areas (capital Cities and Major Regional Towns with populations over 10,000 people
Credit history Past credit impairment can be considered at higher rates and fees
Minimum loan size $100,000
Maximum loan sizes Loans up to $2,000,000 (Up to 75% LVR to $2,000,000 and up to 80% LVR to $1,500,000)
Acceptable Applicants Individuals, Companies and Trusts
Discharged Bankrupts or Part 9 or 10 Yes at higher rate from 1 Day discharged
Establishment Fees Establishment Fees are payable on all loans
Capitalised Risk Fees Up to and inclusive of 80% LVR during Bridging Period
Servicing  To be evident on the residual debt position post sale of property

*Interest Rates: All rates are subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms before applying.
Low Doc loans are designed for the self-employed or small company borrower/s whose financial statements may not be available. Reasons for this may encompass: Their accountant hasn’t completed and lodged their financials.