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ASB offers special one-year home loan fixed interest rate

ASB offers special one-year home loan fixed interest rate

ASB has reduced its one-year home loan fixed interest rate special to 4.89% p.afor a limited time.


“We’re pleased to offer this fantastic one year housing fixed interest rate special. As the bank that backs the All Blacks, we’re also delighted to provide our existing home loan customers that fix or refix their interest rate on any fixed rate term between the 02 July and 31 July 2015 a chance to win tickets to the All Blacks vs Australia Bledisloe Cup match at Eden Park on Saturday 15 August*. As an additional offer, customers who draw down new home lending of $100,000 or more between 02 July and 16 October 2015 will receive a $300 voucher for supporters gear from the All Blacks online store*. These are some great offers to help celebrate the start of what is going to be an exciting international rugby season,” says Vince Clark, ASB’s Head of Home Lending.


ASB’s fixed rate home loan specials apply to customers who have at least 20% equity (i.e. a Loan to Valuation Ratio of less than or equal to 80%), have their salary or wages credited to a main transaction account with ASB and one other ASB product.

For more information go to asb.co.nz/homelending

ENDS


*Terms and conditions apply.

ASB fixed rate home loan interest rate changes effective 5pm 2 July 2015. Lending criteria and conditions apply. A $400 loan processing fee and a Low Equity fee may apply to new home lending. Early Repayment Adjustment costs may apply to changes to existing housing fixed interest rates.


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