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What identification do I need to apply for a loan?

For Tiimely Own products
If you're applying for a Tiimely Own home loan, we’ll be verifying your face against your identification documents. It’s a simple process you can do with your phone camera and the usual forms of ID.

A passport (from any country); or an Australian driver’s license are suitable options of original government-issued photo ID documents, however copies are not accepted and this includes certified copies.

For loans with our partner lenders via our in-house broker service

If you’re using our in-house brokers, you’ll need at least 2 forms of government ID:

  • Medicare card (must-have); and
  • A passport (from any country); or
  • Australian driver’s license

If you don’t have access to valid ID documents, please contact us.

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Legal information about our rates
Our home loans are subject to credit criteria and eligibility requirements. Home loan interest rates are for new customers only and can change. Our comparison rates are based on a $150,000 loan amount over a 25 year term. They factor in fees associated with applying for the loan; ongoing fees and fees associated with leaving the loan. Our fixed loans roll to a variable principal and interest rate at the end of the fixed term. If the interest only period is not specified, the comparison rate is calculated on a one year period.

WARNING: The comparison rates are true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.

Tiimely Turnaround
^Our turnaround times are up to 2x faster than the industry, based on a comparison of our average platform submit to approval time compared to industry submit to approval time, published here  (June 2023). Customer turnaround times are dependent on individual circumstances and may require an assessor to obtain more information.

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