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HSBC home loans

With over 48 million customers across 72 countries, HSBC Bank is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. Having launched in Australia in 1965, HSBC now has a network of 37 branches and offices which provide a competitive range of fixed and variable home loans to Australian property hopefuls. The bank also makes regular appearances in the Mozo Experts Choice Awards, most recently taking out two awards for best fixed rate home loan and best split home loan.

What home loans do HSBC offer?

Rates and fees verified as correct at 20 April, 2021. Other information correct at the time of writing. Advertiser disclosure.

Fixed Rate Home Loans

If you want repayment certainty, HSBC’s fixed home loan is available from $50,000 and offers an extensive range of fixed terms starting from a period of 1 year up to 5 years. There is no monthly service fee and you can borrow up to 90% of your property’s value. You’ll also have plenty of freedom in terms of repayment options with an extra repayment facility (up to $10,000 p.a.), interest in advance payment options for investors and the choice to split your loan between a fixed and variable rate. When you choose a fixed home loan, you may also be eligible for HSBC’s Premier option however you’ll be charged a monthly service fee.

Home loan repayments calculator

years

Product Fixed 3 year rate Comparison Rate Service fee Upfront fee Monthly repayments  

2.85% p.a.

3.31% p.a.

$0.00

$0

3.00% p.a.

3.46% p.a.

$0.00

$0

2.29% p.a.

3.00% p.a.

$0.00

$0

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2.50% p.a.

3.11% p.a.

$0.00

$0

2.69% p.a.

3.47% p.a.

$0.00

$0

3.20% p.a.

3.72% p.a.

$0.00

$870

2.49% p.a.

3.23% p.a.

$0.00

$0

3.00% p.a.

3.49% p.a.

$0.00

$870

Variable Rate Home Loans

Whether you’re looking for a basic home loan or one with all the bells and whistles, the variable rate options from HSBC have got you covered. HSBC’s variable home loans are available from $50,000 and allow you to borrow up to 90% of your property’s value. There is an extra repayment facility if you want to reduce the term of your loan and you can redraw funds whenever you need (though fees may apply). If you choose a full featured variable home loan such as HSBC’s Home Smart Loan, you’ll get even more flexible features including an offset account, interest only payment options (up to three years) and unlimited free withdrawals via ATM, EFTPOS, BPAY, phone and internet banking.

Home loan repayments calculator

years

Product Rate Comparison Rate Service fee Upfront fee Monthly repayments  

2.98% p.a.

2.99% p.a.

$0.00

$150

3.13% p.a.

3.14% p.a.

$0.00

$150

2.44% p.a.

2.45% p.a.

$0.00

$150

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2.54% p.a.

2.55% p.a.

$0.00

$150

4.51% p.a.

4.53% p.a.

$0.00

$270

3.90% p.a.

3.95% p.a.

$0.00

$750

3.90% p.a.

3.95% p.a.

$0.00

$750

4.51% p.a.

4.57% p.a.

$0.00

$870

3.14% p.a.

2.99% p.a.

$0.00

$150

2.94% p.a.

2.79% p.a.

$0.00

$150

2.89% p.a.

2.91% p.a.

$0.00

$150

2.69% p.a.

2.70% p.a.

$0.00

$150

5.13% p.a.

5.15% p.a.

$0.00

$270

4.77% p.a.

4.68% p.a.

$0.00

$870

4.52% p.a.

4.58% p.a.

$0.00

$870

5.38% p.a.

5.29% p.a.

$0.00

$870

5.13% p.a.

5.19% p.a.

$0.00

$870

Fixed Package Home Loan

If you’re looking to borrow $500,000 or more, check out the HSBC fixed rate Premier Home Loan Package. There are some fees to consider, including a monthly service fee, settlement fee, valuation and application fees. But in return, you get discounted rates on owner occupied or investment fixed rate home loans ranging from three to five years. To help you pay off your loan when it suits you, HSBC offers the option to make extra repayments up to $10,000 p.a. and you can choose to make monthly, fortnightly or weekly payments. You’ll also have the option to split your home loan between fixed and variable rates.

Home loan repayments calculator

years

Product Fixed 3 year rate Comparison Rate Service fee Upfront fee Monthly repayments  

2.75% p.a.

3.45% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

2.90% p.a.

3.49% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

2.09% p.a.

2.86% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$270

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2.40% p.a.

3.03% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$270

2.59% p.a.

3.38% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

3.10% p.a.

3.68% p.a.

$35.00 monthly

$570

2.39% p.a.

3.15% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

2.90% p.a.

3.45% p.a.

$35.00 monthly

$570

Variable Package Home Loan

There are two home loan package options with variable interest rates from HSBC: the Premier Home Loan Package and the Premier Smart Home Loan Package. With either package you’ll get the ability to make unlimited extra repayments, use an offset account and access a free redraw facility (a minimum redraw of $500 applies on the Premier Home Loan). You’ll pay no upfront fees, but there is an ongoing monthly fee to consider. The Smart Home Loan package must be paid monthly, but the Premier Package allows you to choose between weekly, fortnightly and monthly payment options.

Home loan repayments calculator

years

Product Rate Comparison Rate Service fee Upfront fee Monthly repayments

2.64% p.a.

3.07% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$450

2.54% p.a.

2.97% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$150

2.64% p.a.

3.07% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$0

3.08% p.a.

3.50% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$0

2.98% p.a.

3.40% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$0

2.54% p.a.

2.97% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$0

2.99% p.a.

3.44% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

2.79% p.a.

3.25% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$570

3.04% p.a.

3.47% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$120

3.24% p.a.

3.66% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$120

2.79% p.a.

3.21% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$120

2.99% p.a.

3.42% p.a.

$390.00 yearly

$120

Line of Credit

From the active investor to the home renovator, HSBC’s Home Equity Loan is a line of credit which is available on loans starting from $20,000 up to $1,000,0000. HSBC’s line of credit loan allows you to borrow up to 90% of your property’s value, and like other line of credit loans, there is no set loan term and minimum repayments are interest only. You’ll also have easy access to funds when you need them with unlimited free withdrawals in Australia.

Product Rate Comparison Rate Service fee Upfront fee

3.59% p.a.

n/a

$0.00

$870

3.98% p.a.

n/a

$0.00

$870

HSBC home loan features in a glance

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No monthly fee

Saving money on your home loan is easy when you don’t have to pay any monthly account maintenance fees on HSBC’s fixed, variable or line of credit home loans (not applicable for Premier customers).

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Offset account

HSBC’s full featured variable loans have a handy offset account to help reduce your interest payments over the term of your loan.

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Premier options

HSBC’s fixed, variable and line of credit home loans have a premier option for eligible customers. These options have exclusive benefits including discounted interest rates and home loan fees (i.e. application, variation) but there is a monthly service fee to consider.

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Personal relationship manager

Getting a home loan can be a little tricky, so when you sign up for HSBC’s Home Value Loan you’ll be given your own personal relationship manager to guide you through the entire process, whether you’re buying, moving or refinancing.

How are HSBC home loans rated?

Mozo users have rated HSBC home loans on price, features, convenience, trust and customer service so you can see what real Aussies have to say about their experiences.

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Overall 8/10
Friendly service and competitive rates.

LIKE: There is no waiting in queue when calling. Interest rates are very competitive. Call centre is always friendly.

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LIKE: There is no waiting in queue when calling. Interest rates are very competitive. Call centre is always friendly.

Price
9/10
Features
7/10
Customer service
8/10
Convenience
9/10
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8/10
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Patrick, New South Wales, reviewed 2 days ago
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Overall 1/10
Disgusting behaviour bordering on fraudulent.

I just spent 1 hour on the phone to them just to get the correct BPAY details so I could pay my credit card. Thats not unusual. My home loan came off a fixed term a month ago, into a time when interest rates are around 1.9% to 2.6% with other banks variable. They smacked me 4.75% and have still not finalised what my variable rate will be and it's been now 5 weeks after my loan came off fixed. They are purposely ensuring they took this time so they could just charge me whatever rate they wanted. I have had to threaten legal action and AFCA to even get them to offer me a better rate which is still more than what is advertised. AFCA took 1 year to credit mistakes with them on my accounts and it's still not finalised. It cost me my health, do not use them.

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I just spent 1 hour on the phone to them just to get the correct BPAY details so I could pay my credit card. Thats not unusual. My home loan came off a fixed term a month ago, into a time when interest rates are around 1.9% to 2.6% with other banks variable. They smacked me 4.75% and have still not finalised what my variable rate will be and it's been now 5 weeks after my loan came off fixed. They are purposely ensuring they took this time so they could just charge me whatever rate they wanted. I have had to threaten legal action and AFCA to even get them to offer me a better rate which is still more than what is advertised. AFCA took 1 year to credit mistakes with them on my accounts and it's still not finalised. It cost me my health, do not use them.

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1/10
Features
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Customer service
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Convenience
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Trust
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Samantha, Queensland, reviewed 3 months ago
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Overall 3/10
Pass on interest rate cuts to customers.

Interest rates have been lowered by RBA, yet no offers to lower my loan rates have been received. This is unacceptable in today's market. Banks should be more proactive in this area.

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Interest rates have been lowered by RBA, yet no offers to lower my loan rates have been received. This is unacceptable in today's market. Banks should be more proactive in this area.

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2/10
Features
2/10
Customer service
5/10
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Trust
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Carol, New South Wales, reviewed 3 months ago
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Overall 10/10
HSBC is the bank to be

We changed over to HSBC last year and it was the best decision. They have been outstanding and the recent upgrade to their online banking app has made banking even easier. Only con is there isn’t many branches in Victoria.

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We changed over to HSBC last year and it was the best decision. They have been outstanding and the recent upgrade to their online banking app has made banking even easier. Only con is there isn’t many branches in Victoria.

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Elise, Victoria, reviewed 3 months ago
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Overall 7/10
Great interest rates & good for people without PR.

HSBC was a great option as one of us wasn't a citizen nor permanent resident at the time we applied. They were one of very few providers that allowed this. They've also lowered our variable rate three times in about 15 months, usually passing on RBA rate decisions. Compared to our friends, we have one of the lowest home loan interest rates.

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HSBC was a great option as one of us wasn't a citizen nor permanent resident at the time we applied. They were one of very few providers that allowed this. They've also lowered our variable rate three times in about 15 months, usually passing on RBA rate decisions. Compared to our friends, we have one of the lowest home loan interest rates.

Price
9/10
Features
5/10
Customer service
7/10
Convenience
6/10
Trust
7/10
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Pia, Victoria, reviewed 5 months ago

What do you need to apply for a HSBC home loan?

To apply for a HSBC home loan, you’ll generally need to have the following details and documents handy:

  • Residential details including completed HSBC 100 Point Identification, passport, driver’s licence, rate notice, utility bill etc.
  • Employment details i.e. name of organisation, address and contact details
  • Income details including latest payslips, Group Certificate and bank statements. If you are receiving additional income such as rent, you may need to provide supporting documentation (e.g. copy of rental contract and bank statements).

Depending on your situation at the time of application, you may also need to provide some of these documents:

  • Records of your investment, shares etc.
  • Statements of existing loans
  • Life insurance and superannuation statements
  • Contract of Sale (for purchase of property)
  • Receipt of deposit paid (for purchase of property)

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