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VIC, $445K, Investment, Refinance, Low-doc, 80% LVR

Posted on 15/10/2014 10:21:42 AM

Got a PAYG and self-employed investors wanting to cash out on a house, they hold the title with nothing owing on it. They want to leave 20% in the builidng and invest the cash out elsewhere.

The self-employed party is a Trust that is not registered for GST and has no financials as it is fairly recent. Was wondering what their options were?

Thanks in advance

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  • sean white30/05/2016 12:26:00 PM

    Paramount can assist from 5.14%
    call 1300 799 399

  • Mark31/01/2015 9:18:40 PM

    Please call me on 0428 775 445 we will be able to assist

  • Mary McGowan21/10/2014 1:02:31 PM

    We may be able to assist if the loan is not unsuitable under NCCP. Please call on 1300 762 151.

  • Steve Rasmussen17/10/2014 12:53:20 PM

    Do they have a financial planner/adviser involved ? i.e. are they able to provide written evidence of the proposed investment strategy from their adviser?

    Prior employment - what was the situation prior to the Trust set up?


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