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14 September

Today's best rate

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4.99 % Fixed

* The interest rate is calculated on a secured loan for commercial use, effective 14/09/2023 and subject to change. Warning: the interest rate is only true for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts may result in a different interest rate.

14 September

Today's best rate

Finance Equipment From

4.99 % Fixed

* The interest rate is calculated on a secured loan for commercial use, effective 14/09/2023 and subject to change. Warning: the interest rate is only true for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts may result in a different interest rate.

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No. Every application for commercial credit is assessed individually by lenders. The assessment includes of the credit profile, the turnover, assets and liabilities, financials and trading time. The amount requested is also considered when assessing applications. The risk assessment of individual operations will lead to variations in rates offered.

Heavy vehicles can be purchased with Chattel Mortgage, Leasing, Rent to Own or Commercial Hire Purchase. The interest rates on these products do vary. The rates for new and used heavy vehicle funding may also vary. Buyers can use the advertised lender rates as a guide to the best rates available at any particular time.

The credit profile and inclusions in the application will be assessed by lenders. Where a self-employed operator has a good credit score and meets certain lender criteria, competitive rates can be offered. Lenders may request self-employed operators offer guarantees against funding. The collateral or security offered may influence the rate offered.

Secured credit products typically attract lower rates than unsecured credit products. Security may be the goods being purchased or other collateral. As the lender has this security, the risk may be rated as lower than for unsecured products. With asset acquisition products, Chattel Mortgage and Commercial Hire Purchase attract lower rates than Lease and Rent to Own.

The format and structure of commercial credit products contribute to the scale of rates. The different format between Chattel Mortgage and Leasing results in different rates on these products across the market.

Rates on commercial credit vary across the market with both banks and non-bank lenders active in the sector. Banks can be extremely competitive with many credit products. In other aspects and areas, non-bank lenders can be more competitive. Some non-bank lenders will specialise in particular sectors such as construction, mining or heavy vehicle funding. This specialty can result in better rates for those purposes. Rates across the lender market can also vary at different times due to varying outlooks for the economy and monetary policy. To obtain the best rates, operators may benefits from a comprehensive coverage of the market.

Buyers can use an online credit calculator to calculate repayments at different rates for new car purchases. The rates offered to individual applicants can vary. Buyers can use advertised rates in the calculator as a guide to assist with purchase decisions.

Lenders will assess commercial credit applications individually to arrive at the rate they will offer on a particular funding requirement. To obtain an accurate and exact rate that an operator may be offered a quote or application would need to be requested.

Yes. The interest portion of commercial credit repayments is treated as a business expense in most instances. Operators should confirm individual requirements with the ATO or their accountant.

No. Lenders may offer varying rates on funding based on the industry sector. This is due to the risk assessment of lending to that sector. This approach can vary from lender to lender. Some lenders will specialise in lending to operators in certain industries. This may result in better rates.

The interest rates offered on commercial credit are determined by individual assessment by lenders. The lender’s criteria and guidelines will form an important part of the assessment. The credit profile of the operator is considered, along with the strength of turnover and financials documentation provided. The age and condition of the goods being purchase also impacts the rate. The amount requested can also impact the rate depending on the risk assessment of the capability of the operator to furnish that amount.

To achieve an affordable interest rate on funding, operators can consider a number of options. Improving their credit profile may be addressed as can improving balance sheet by reducing debt levels. Reducing the credit amount requested may result in a cheaper rate. Engaging the services of a broker may assist in connecting with lending sources that offer lower rates.

The interest rates displayed by lenders online are typically the best rates available at that time. Unless specified, these rates will be for brand new assets and be offered to enterprises with a good credit rating. Every application is assessed individually and an applicable interest rate offered. That rate may differ from the best rate advertised by the lender.

Not necessarily. Banks can be extremely competitive with interest rates on commercial finance. When approving applications, banks will have guidelines and criteria to adhere to. These may be not variable and be applied equally to their existing customers as well as non-customer applications. Applying to the current bank where transaction accounts are held may offer an advantage of the bank having quick access to some financial information. However, there may not be added advantages. Other banks and non-bank lenders may offer better rates.

Most commercial credit products are arranged with a fixed interest rate. This rate will remain the same over the full term of the funding, regardless of RBA decisions. Some products, such as Overdrafts, may be arranged at variable rates which would be subject to change.