• Home loan calculators

    Whether buying a new home, refinancing an existing home loan or investing in property, RAMS mortgage calculators can give you an estimate of what your repayments could be. These estimates are indicative only and actual costs and the amount you could borrow may vary based on a number of factors including loan purpose. Before acting on the results of this calculator you should seek professional advice and contact your local RAMS Home Loan Specialist who can help guide you through this process.

  • How much could I borrow?


    You could borrow up to

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    How much could my repayments be?

    % p.a.

    Based on the amount you want to borrow, an estimate of your minimum repayments is

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    over {{ data.loans[0].loanPeriod.initial }} years

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    Change the repayment amount below to see how much interest you could save

    Total payable

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    Interest - ${{data.loans[0].calculators.initial.total.interest | number:2}}

    Principal - ${{data.loans[0].calculators.initial.total.principle | number:2}}

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    Total payable

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    Interest - ${{data.loans[0].calculators.compare.total.interest | number:2}}

    Principal - ${{data.loans[0].calculators.compare.total.principle | number:2}}

    Total interest saved

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    What are the upfront & ongoing costs?


    Your estimated upfront costs would be

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    Your estimated repayments would be

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    and your estimated ongoing costs (excluding repayments) would be

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    Cost breakdown upfront costs

    Government fees

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    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.upfrontCosts.government.stampDuty | number : 0 }}

    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.upfrontCosts.government.mortgageDuty | number : 0}}

    Government grants

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    RAMS fees

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    Lender's Mortgage Insurance

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    Other upfront costs to consider

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    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.upfrontCosts.conveyancingFee.value | number: 0 }}

    Cost breakdown ongoing costs


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    a {{ data.loans[0].loanPeriod.initial }} year term at an interest rate of {{ data.loans[0].interestRate.ongoing.percent }} % p.a.

    RAMS fees

    Other ongoing costs to consider

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    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.ongoingCosts.council.value | number: 0 }} /month

    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.ongoingCosts.utility.value | number: 0 }} /month

    $ {{ data.loans[0].calculators.ongoingCosts.homeContentInsurance.value | number: 0 }} /month

  • RAMS Saver

    RAMS Saver is a completely online savings account, easily managed via myRAMS where you can deposit, withdraw and transfer funds.


    Deposit at least $200 during the month
    Make no withdrawals
    Keep your balance between $200 - $500k
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    RAMS lending rates at a glance - owner occupier

    Rates effective 23 August 2016 (subject to change)


    *Please note: The comparison rate for the relevant product is based on a loan of $150,000 over a term of 25 years. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.

  •  We will apply the fixed rate that is available at the loan settlement date or the date the fixed rate period commences, unless the customer locks a fixed rate in on the loan using our Fixed Rate Lock-in feature (conditions apply). The Fixed Rate Lock-in fee is 0.15% of the fixed loan amount. At the end of the fixed rate period the interest rate will convert to the applicable variable home loan rate.