Participating Lenders

Housing Australia has authorised a panel of 32 Participating Lenders to offer the Home Guarantee Scheme to home buyers.

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Housing Australia has authorised a panel of 32 Participating Lenders to offer the Home Guarantee Scheme (HGS) to home buyers.

HGS applications can only be made with a Participating Lender or their authorised representative (a mortgage broker). Housing Australia does not accept HGS applications or provide personal financial advice. 

Home buyers (and those advising them) should consider consulting a Participating Lender and seek independent financial and legal advice about whether a particular home loan or property, and the terms of the HGS suit personal circumstances and objectives. 

Before entering into a home loan agreement, home buyers should consider talking with their lender (or broker) about the potential implications of changing interest rates or house prices on individual circumstances. 

 

Major Bank Lenders

Commonwealth Bank logoNAB logoWestpac logo 
Bank SA logoBank of Melbourne logoSt George logo 

 

Non-Major Lenders

Australian Military Bank logoAustralian Mutual Bank logoAuswide Bank logo
Bank Australia logoBank First logoBank of Heritage Isle logo
Bank of Us logoBendigo Bank logoBeyond Bank logo
Border Bank logoCommunity First logoCredit Union SA logo
Defence Bank logoFirefighters Mutual Bank logoG&C Mutual Bank logo
Gateway Bank logoGreat Southern Bank logoHealth Professionals Bank logo
IBA logoIllawarra Credit Union logoIMB logo
Mortgageport logoMy State BankNewcastle Permanent Building Society logo
People's Choice logoPolice Bank logoQBANK logo
Queensland Country Bank logoRegional Australia Bank logoTeachers Mutual Bank logo
The Mutual Bank logoUniBank logoUnity Bank logo
WAW logo