Resimac offers free valuations on specialist loans for a limited time

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Leading non-bank lender Resimac has announced it will be waiving the standard valuation fee (up to $330) for its specialist full doc and specialist alt doc products. This limited time offer highlights Resimac’s competitive suite of specialist lending products, which start from 3.87%p.a. (comparison rate 3.97%p.a.), and are designed to suit the needs of borrowers

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Resimac’s new solicitor partnerships support brokers with digital solutions

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Leading non-bank mortgage provider Resimac has enhanced its lending processes by leveraging new partnerships and adapting the latest technology to ensure brokers can continue to originate home loans without the need to meet with borrowers face-to-face.  The enhancements are facilitated by its new panel solicitor partnerships, with MSA National and First Mortgage Services (FMS). In

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Resimac moves to exclusively its own funding

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Resimac has announced that it will discontinue its Resimac MoniPower and Resimac Accelerate products for new business, effective from 1 January 2020. The change means the leading non-bank mortgage provider will exclusively sell loans financed by its own funding program, both under the Resimac brand distributed via its extensive broker network and white label products

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Resimac Carbon Conscious™ program achieves sustainability milestone

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Leading non-bank mortgage provider Resimac has achieved a significant sustainability milestone with the planting of the 30,000th tree through its “Carbon Conscious™” program. The program was launched in 2010 to counter the build up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Under the initiative, a native Mallee Eucalypt tree is planted by Australian carbon farming company, Carbon

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Resimac appoints Adam Gilchrist as brand ambassador

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Leading non-bank mortgage lender Resimac has appointed Australian cricket icon, Adam Gilchrist, as its brand ambassador. Mr Gilchrist has been engaged to help build Resimac’s profile and will feature in a range of Resimac marketing material. He will also represent Resimac at various broker, investor and staff events, including a national broker roadshow in March

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Resimac urges cautious approach to tax bill

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Leading non-bank lender Resimac has highlighted to small business the importance of staying on top of taxation obligations following a Federal Government bill allowing the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to report the tax debts of small business owners to credit reporting agencies.  Resimac’s general manager of third-party distribution, Daniel Carde, said he was concerned that

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Resimac acquires 15% of Asset Financier Positive group

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Leading non-bank mortgage lender Resimac Group Limited (ASX: RMC) today announced that it has acquired 15% of Adelaide-based fintech Positive Group which specialises in asset finance solutions for consumers, mortgage brokers and small businesses. Consideration for the purchase was $3 million, and Resimac holds an option to acquire a further 10%. This investment will help

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Resimac supports ‘Don’t Kill Competition’ campaign

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Leading non-bank mortgage provider Resimac has confirmed its support of the nationwide ‘Don’t Kill Competition’ campaign launched by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) to oppose a proposed ban on all mortgage broker commissions paid by lenders to brokers.  The final report from the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry,

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Homeloans Limited and RESIMAC Limited to consolidate under single new Resimac brand

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Two years after merging their businesses, the Homeloans and RESIMAC Limited non-bank lending flagship brands are to be unified under a new incarnation of the Resimac brand. From 3 December it will commence marketing itself and migrating customers to the newly designed Resimac brand. The Homeloans Ltd parent company will also be renamed as Resimac

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