Great personal loan options
Great Personal Loan Options
There are a whole lot of reasons why you might need extra funds. We’ve a range of great Personal Loan options that may suit your needs. Use our selector to help you choose the most effective option for you.
- how much you need
- how soon you’ll be able to repay what you borrow
- the interest rates and fees
- how much flexibility you need your loan to have (do you need the certainty of knowing how much you’ll need to pay each month or would you like a more flexible repayment option)
A Westpac Flexi Loan is, as the name suggests, our most flexible loan. It could allow you to access funds between $4,000 - $75,000 and has a variable interest rate.
Rather than having a Personal Loan for a single purpose where you draw down all your loan funds at the one time, a Westpac Flexi loan can be used for multiple purposes at different stages of your life. Once your loan is approved, it allows you to make multiple withdrawals up to your available credit limit at any time without the need to re-apply.
It also offers flexible rather than single fixed repayment options.
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With our Car Loan you could borrow between $10,000 and $100,000 for a new or used car. The car is used as security for the loan which means you get a lower interest rate then an Unsecured Personal Loan. Our car loan has a fixed interest rate that offers you the certainty of knowing how much your repayments will be each month. A Westpac Car Loan can be taken over a term between 1 and 7 years.
Learn more about Car Loan
Unsecured Personal loans
With an Unsecured Personal Loan, your assets are not used as security, so the amount you are able to borrow and the interest rate differs from a Car Loan.
Unsecured loan amounts range from $4,000 to $50,000 and the loan term is also 1-7 years. It has a fixed interest rate to give you certainty of knowing how much your repayments will be each month.
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An Overdraft on an eligible account may be a great option to consider. You’ll find the interest rate is typically lower than on a credit card. You do need, however, to remain within your credit limit to avoid extra fees and charges.
If you want to have an ongoing buffer on your account, a personal overdraft acts as a line of credit to help you cover the unexpected.
If you need extra cash for a short period only, a Temporary Overdraft lets you borrow for up to 45 days.
Things you should know
Credit criteria, conditions and fees apply to these loan products and are available on request. They differ between products.