With so many home loan products available, it’s essential to know if you’re receiving the ideal loan for your situation. For example, do you need a variable rate, fixed-rate or split-interest rate home loan? Unfortunately, that question alone can be overwhelming for people looking to buy a property.

At Strategic Brokers, we not only educate our clients on home loans, but we also take the time to understand your future financial goals and guide you through the entire home loan process. Our team are by your side to answer all your questions, narrow down your loan options and find a suitable loan for your situation.

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So, what information do you need to provide?

Most lenders will require you to be in your current job role for at least 6 to 12 months. However, if you’re self-employed or run a business, they may want to see your individual and business finances for the past couple of years.

They will also require:

  • Proof of regular savings history;

  • Proof of salary or wages – pay slips, tax returns, a letter that states your salary;

  • If you’re self-employed, you will need to provide your Individual tax return, ATO Notice of Assessment and BAS (Business activity statements);

  • Proof of Identification – driver’s licence, birth certificate, passport or other forms of identification; and

  • Proof of any other income such as shares or rental property.


Lenders may also ask for other documents, including insurance documents, Centrelink statements, bank account statements, etc.

At Strategic Brokers, we make the loan application process easier!

Contact us on (02) 8188 1088 to speak about your loan options.


We can help you stay focused on the future of financial services.


We not only educate our clients on home loans, but we also take the time to understand your future financial goals.

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We have the knowledge, connections and experience to make your overseas home buying process easier.


If you have had your current home loan for a number of years, it’s likely that your circumstances have changed.


Access to over 30 lenders, allowing us to sort through hundreds of loan products from major banks and non-bank lenders.