What does AFG home loans stand for?
We work exclusively through our extensive 2800 strong broker network as part of AFG (Australian Finance Group). AFG has been helping Australians find the right home loans for almost 25 years and has grown to become one of Australia’s largest mortgage broking groups.
Who funds AFG home loans?
National Australia Bank Limited
The program is funded under arrangements with National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) ACN 004 044 937 . Each of AFSH and Advantedge are members of the NAB Group. NAB does not guarantee the obligations of its subsidiaries. AFG Home Loans Edge™ products are promoted by AFG Home Loans.
Who owns AFG?
So who are we? AFG Home Loans is part of the ASX listed Australian Finance Group Ltd (AFG), one of Australia’s leading mortgage broking firms for almost a quarter of a century.
What does AFG stand for?
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Who is advantedge?
Advantedge is Australia’s leading wholesale funder and distributor of white label home loans through an extensive network of mortgage brokers in Australia under the brands of mortgage aggregators. Our purpose is to provide simple, low-cost home loans with great service, exclusively available through mortgage brokers.
Who started AFG?
In the mid-1980s Bradley started Western Australian Insurance Services, a successful life insurance and financial planning business. In 1992 he co-founded Mortgage Monitors and in 1994 co-founded AFG.
What does AFG stand for in Al Anon?
-Anon Family Groups
General Information About Al-Anon & Alateen. Al-Anon Family Groups (AFG) is a community resource providing support to anyone affected by a relative or friend’s drinking. There are over 24,000 Al-Anon and 2,300 Alateen groups meeting in 115 countries.
Who owns connective home loans?
Connective Home Loans is a non-bank lender owned by Connective, Australia’s largest mortgage broking group. It offers several funding sources under one brand and a simple application process.
Who is the owner of AFG home loans?
AFG Home Loans is part of the ASX listed Australian Finance Group Ltd (AFG), one of Australia’s leading mortgage broking firms for almost a quarter of a century. AFG has over 2900 mortgage brokers servicing home and investment loan customers all over Australia, offering them the choice of an extensive range of products and services.
How many AFG mortgage brokers are there in Australia?
AFG has over 2900 mortgage brokers servicing home and investment loan customers all over Australia, offering them the choice of an extensive range of products and services. AFG Home Loans has been around for over 12 years and has a wide range of home loans to choose from with competitive rates and different features.
Which is best AFG or advantedge home loan?
Advantedge is a member of the National Australia Bank Group (NAB). AFG Home Loans Edge TM keeps things simple, offering a range of competitive loan options with all of the essentials you need. AFG Home Loans Edge TM offer variable rate products with competitive rates, no ongoing monthly or annual fees.
Who is funding AFG home loans edge TM?
You also get expert guidance and support from your mortgage broker and peace of mind in knowing that the loan is from one of Australia’s leading lenders. AFG Home Loans Edge TM is funded by the Advantedge residential loan program. Advantedge is a member of the National Australia Bank Group (NAB).