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Definition

What is an offset accountdisclaimer?

An offset account is a transaction account linked to an eligible home or investment loan. The money you have in this account could offset the amount you owe on that loan, and you'll only be charged the interest on the difference.

Why get an offset account?disclaimer

If you have an eligible loan (such as an ANZ Standard Variable loan or a one year ANZ Fixed loan), you could consider linking an offset account to it. The more money you have in your linked offset account, the less interest you'll need to pay on your home loan.

Use this account to:

Our offset account

ANZ Onedisclaimer

ANZ One could help you make the most of your funds to reduce the interest payable on your ANZ Home Loan. It's a complete transaction account with access to your available funds whenever you need them.

Features and benefits

  • Unlimited ANZ transactions ($10 monthly account fee applies, but this is waived if you're on an ANZ Breakfree package)
  • 100% of the funds in your ANZ One account will offset your loan balance
  • No minimum balance for the offset to apply
  • Tax savings because you're not earning interest on your funds, but reducing loan interest charges instead
  • A complete transaction account that gives you access to your funds anytime with our easy ways to bank

ANZ 100% Mortgage Offset Calculator 

An example of how it works:

 

Your home loan balance

$350,000

In your offset account

$25,000

You'll only have to pay interest on

$325,000

An illustration of how you can save:

(Based on a 30-year home loan at a constant interest rate of 5% p.a. with a constant daily balance of $25,000 in your offset account throughout.)

 

Estimate of interest saved

$75,000

Estimate of years/months saved

3 years and 3 months

FAQs

Get your questions answered

   Which loans can be linked to ANZ One?

  • ANZ Standard Variable Rate Home Loan
  • ANZ One Year Fixed Rate Home Loan
  • ANZ Residential Land Loan
  • ANZ Supplementary Loan (if it's ANZ Standard Variable or ANZ One Year Fixed loans)
  • ANZ Variable Rate Residential Investment Loan
  • ANZ One Year Fixed Rate Residential Investment Loan

   How much does ANZ One cost?

ANZ One has a $10 monthly account fee and unlimited ANZ transactions. The account fee is waived if you're on an ANZ Breakfree package.

   Can I have my pay deposited into an ANZ One offset account?

Yes, it is up to you how often and how much you deposit into your account. You can make regular deposits as well as one-off deposits.

   Can I still access my funds in an ANZ One offset account?

Yes, you can still access your funds via ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ goMoney®, ANZ Phone Banking, ANZ ATMs, Visa Debit, EFTPOS and in branch at no extra cost.

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