MENU
Call us today

Lending advice

Get holistic lending advice to suit your financial goals

Use lending to your advantage

At Liston Newton Advisory, we offer lending advice as a part of our holistic business and financial strategy. We have good relationships with the four major banks and an in-depth knowledge of fintech opportunities.

  • Business and personal loans
  • Investment loans
  • Fintech lending
  • Home loans
  • Refinancing
  • Peer to Peer lending
Save the hassle and get all your loans from the one place. Contact us today to find out more.
Let's talk business

How our lending advice benefits you

Image icon of reading glasses

A wealth of experience

We have the knowledge and experience to help you find finance that suits you. We have a range of popular lending options, some of which may be new to you.

Image icon of a bank

Connections with lenders

We have great relationships with the big four banks. Our clients can even enjoy a reduced deposit from one of the major banks.

Image icon of a team

Long-term client partnerships

We understand our client's circumstances so we can help you select the best lending choice for circumstances.

Image icon of a light bulb

Leading industry innovation

We not only know bank loans, but we can also offer lending advice on alternatives such as fintech and peer to peer lending.

Our team of lending advisers

Our lending advisers can provide a broad variety of options so you can find the financing to reach your goals. Whether that be borrowing money to help grow your business or to buy a house, we've got a solution that will suit your circumstances.

We can also refinance loans that you already have. As the finance market is in constant change, it is important to keep re-evaluating your current loan structure, to ensure you are getting the best deal possible. By taking advantage of increased competition between lenders, we can modify existing loans to suit your finances better.

John Liston, Director | Adviser

Meet the team

We have worked with Liston Newton's Business Accountants and Advisory Team for over a decade. During that time, our business has grown substantially both organically and through purchases. This wouldn’t have been possible without Liston Newton Advisory to assist with our business planning, providing proactive advice and ensuring our accounts were always compliant in a complex and volatile industry.
Karsten Horne
CEO, Reho Travel
Liston Newton's Business Accountants analysed our financial and business situation and helped us implement strategies to improve our position. Their strategies turned our business from making a loss, to recording a 6-month net profit of 36 per cent. And we are now on track to show a 240 per cent increase in turnover over the next financial year.
Lisa Clarke
SL Constructions
Liston Newton helped us move our accounting over to Xero. A Business Accountant managed the set up and training so we felt comfortable with the software. We now have all our processes streamlined which gives us improved visibility of our business performance. This has allowed us to open 2 more stores without a significant increase in administration effort.
Peter Luskan
Pandora

Our method for your success

We call our methodology Get Set, Get Moving, Get Free. It's a three-phase map to success that gradually moves you through the stages of business growth at a sustainable pace.

We can help you with lending advice to suit your stage of business growth and personal wealth development. At Liston Newton Advisory, you can trust us to provide proactive business and lending advice.

Find out how we do things
Image of a team giving lending advice

We're qualified and accredited

All our lending advisers are appropriately qualified and accredited to be the best in the business.

Need to speak to an expert?

We've got answers to suit your situation. We have great relationships with the big banks, plus many more lending options to advise you on.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Our case studies

Frequently asked questions

How much do I need to deposit?

Generally, most lenders require a 20 per cent deposit, while some lenders will allow you to go down to a 15 per cent deposit.

If you only wish to have a 10 per cent or 5 per cent deposit, you may need to pay Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI). LMI is an additional fee that is paid to a third-party insurer. Often this fee can be added to the loan.

You also need to factor in bank fees, legal fees, and stamp duty.

How do I get my mortgage down faster?

If you want to repay you mortgage as fast as possible, there are a number of things you can do, including:

  • Repay your loan fortnightly rather than monthly, this will save interest over the life of the loan.
  • Make additional payments.
  • If you have a variable loan, you can use an offset account to place your savings into. This will offset the interest on your loan and will reduce interest charges.
  • Look for the lowest rate possible.
Will the banks lend to me?

Banks will look at a number of factors when considering any finance application, including:

  • Your employment
  • Your cash savings
  • Your business financials if you are self-employed
  • Your credit history
  • How much other debt you have outstanding

Often with the help of a professional, you can negotiate your way into a loan which is appropriate for your circumstances.

What is stamp duty?

Stamp duty is a type of tax that is paid when you purchase real estate in Australia. The amount of stamp duty you pay depends on the state you live in, it's generally between 5 and 5.5 per cent.

As a first home buyer you may be exempt from stamp duty or eligible for a stamp duty discount. For newly built homes and apartments, the stamp duty is often waived.

How much can I borrow?

This depends on your savings. Generally, you can borrow between 80 and 95 per cent of the value of the property you are purchasing. That means you need to have the remaining amount in savings.

You will also be assessed on your ability to service the loan. Serviceability is measured on how much income you earn each year, your expenditure and also any other outstanding debts.

Related resources