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There is no way you can see into the future and predict whether you will be better or worse off with fixed loans or variable loans, because no-one knows what will happen with the economy and interest rates.
However you can make an educated guess based upon your situation and future plans as to whether a variable or fixed loans interest rate is right for you. For cash loans, check out our options for you.
In the case of a variable loan, the interest rate that is charged on your loan varies as the market fluctuates. Consequently, a fixed loans interest rate is where the rate of interest or fee’s you are charged for the term of the loan remain at a fixed rate.
The benefit of a fixed rate is that it allows the borrower to predict future repayments no matter what interest rates do. Generally, if interest rates are low but could increase it would probably be better to lock the loan in with a fixed interest rate.
If interest rates are lowering then it would be better to have a variable interest rate, because as the variable interest rates fall, so too will your loan interest rate. Even so, fixed loans rates protect borrowers from sudden increases in mortgage repayments, they are easy to understand and they are basically the same with most lenders.
The other side of fixed loans rates is when interest rates are high, qualifying for a loan is harder because the repayments are larger.
Fixed loans rates are usually between 15-30 year terms, with smaller monthly interest rates. However this leaves the consumer paying a much greater amount of interest because it takes them longer to pay off the principle amount of their loan within the 30 year term.
Shorter term mortgages cost a lot less overall.
Variable loans rates are much more complex than fixed loans rates because there are many factors that can cause your rate to fluctuate most of them out of your control.
Some find them appealing because they offer lower initial payments. However your monthly interest rate can change significantly and are often structured to double within a few years.
You need to decide which is the right interest rate for your situation.
Some questions you should be asking yourself are:
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If you are still feeling unsure what whether fixed loans or variable loans are right for your needs then maybe it is time to consult a mortgage broker. They can give you plenty advise on who has the best interest rates for fixed loans and variable loans and they can do all the shopping around for you!
However ensure you get a written quote or contract that outlines their fee’s as many mortgage brokers fee’s will often be wrapped up in your new home loan, which isn’t a problem but being aware that they are being paid by the lender for referring your business.
Great! Nifty Loans offer fast personal loans starting at $300 and going up to $5,000. The repayment period depends on the amount you decide to borrow. At Nifty, we know when you’re looking for cash, it’s usually quickly. So, that’s why it only takes a few minutes to complete our application, and you could receive an outcome in 60 minutes (if you apply during business hours). We think that’s pretty speedy! Read on to learn more about the personal loans we offer.
At Nifty Loans, we require a reason for your loan when you apply. To help you along with your application, here are a few reasons why you could apply for a quick personal loan:
And the list could go on! As part of our responsible lending policy, we cannot approve an application for expenses that are deemed essential, such as a food or rent etc. If you have any questions about what you can or cannot apply for, contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or give them a call on 1300 471 328.
Before you apply for quick loans, there are a few requirements to meet.
To apply, you must:
That’s it! Just four little requirements to meet before you can apply for quick loans! Super easy, right?! Well, if you’re ready to apply, just scroll up and get started with our loan calculator.
That’s right. At Nifty, you won’t have to fill out any paperwork whatsoever when you apply for a personal loan. Almost everything is online nowadays, why should a personal loan be any different? We won’t even ask you to submit paper copies of your payslips or bank statements because it can all be done online. Our 100% online application form makes the process simple and straightforward. At Nifty, we know your time is precious so we won’t waste any of it. Our team will do the hard work so you can get back to doing what you do best.
At Nifty, we believe in honesty and transparency. We do not do hidden fees or charges. The entire terms and conditions of your loan, as well as any fees that could incur for failed payments, will be clearly outlined in our agreement. We encourage all borrowers to carefully read through their contract before signing anything. Our team is always here to assist you. So, if you’ve got questions just ask us! We’ll do our best to clear up any queries you might have as quickly as possible.
Now that you understand the difference between fixed loans and variable loans, and you now know a little more about personal loans – you’re ready to apply. Just scroll and begin with our loan calculator, then once you’ve decided to how much to borrow and for how long, you’ll be taken to our application.
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$300 - $2,000
* Not applicable. Small loans do not charge an annual interest rate.
** WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate with the lender that finances your loan. Different loans may include other payable fees and charges. All fees and charges will always be displayed on your loan contract.