NAB Home Loans
Compare NAB home loans and investment loans with mortgage calculations....
Compare NAB home loans side by side to see their latest interest rates and offerings.
Mortgage calculators are used in the comparison and includes all calculations for repayments, fees, total costs and annual percentage rate.
Compare NAB Bank home loans to many other lenders including the major Australian banks.
Find out how much you can borrow and if you will qualify for a home loan.
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|Lender||Type (Example Loans)||Description||Compare|
|NAB Variable Home Loans||Standard variable rate or basic loans available. Basic home loans come without all the frills with a discounted interest rate.||Compare Variable Home Loans|
|NAB Professional Packages||Discounts on variable a fixed rate loans with the benefits of reduced upfront fee, ongoing fees, free redraw, 100% offset accounts and many other advantages for an annual fee.||Compare Professional Package Home Loans|
|NAB Line of Credit||Variable rate line of credit for accessing the equity in your home for uses such as renovations, buying new car, going on holiday or deposit for an investment property.||Compare Line of Credit Loans|
|NAB Construction Loans||Variable rate construction loan for the purposes of building a new residential property.||Compare Construction Loans|
|NAB Fixed Rate Loans||Fixed rates home loans available for terms or 1,2,3,4, and 5 years.||Compare Fixed Rate Home Loans|
|NAB Investment Property Loans||Investment property loans variable loans with similar products and rates as their standard suite of loans.||Compare Property Investment Loans|
|NAB Low Doc Home Loans||Low doc loans for self employed borrowers that do not have tax returns but can provide other evidence of income.||Compare Low Doc Loans|
All the loan calculations are done for you when using the mortgage comparison pages. This includes mortgage repayments based on the loan amount and years selected, fees, total costs, annualised percentage rate and more.