Bank wars continue..

Finally the time is right to contact your bank and ask for a ratediscount.

This can best be done by quoting another banks rate. Asbanks rates differ based on loan size, and loan to value ratio, just sendme a quick email, and I will let you know what rate and bank to quoteas opposition when you call your lender.

All I ask in return is that youlet me know what discount they offered you so that I can keep trackof how much my other clients can save.

In some instances they won’t move, but in many they will. This is amuch cheaper way to save money then unnecessarily refinancing yourmortgage.

The last three that we did all got increased rate discounts,all it takes is a phone call to your banks home loan service centre….Banks have really only started to offer this in the last two weeks sodon’t feel as if you’ve missed out, the time for action is simply now.

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