I want to

  • Use the equity in my home

    So you’ve heard it’s possible to make your home loan work for you, and tap into the equity in your property. We’ve got the right advice to help you do it properly.

  • Own my home sooner

    It’s the home you want, not the Home Loan. You’ll love just how simple we’ve made it to save on your mortgage and make the move from owe to own.

  • Get approved for a loan

    If you’re looking for the perfect place to call home, securing pre-approval can give you the confidence to make an offer on the spot when the time is right.

  • Avoid renovating mistakes

    We’ve all heard a few renovation disaster stories. If you want to make changes around the house but are wary of starting out, take some learnings from those who’ve gone before you.

  • Know all the costs of buying

    All you need is your deposit and the property of your dreams, right? Not quite. Know exactly what you’re in for when it comes time for you to buy.

  • Make an offer on a house

    So you’ve been scouring the housing market and have found the property for you? Doing your homework now will mean that your first offer is the only one you make.

  • Buy my first home

    Buying your first home should be one of the most exciting experiences of your life, but you need the right advice to make sure the process runs smoothly. 

  • Invest in property

    Someone wise once said – “If you want a sound investment, buy property, buy land. They’re not making any more of it.” 

  • Renovate my home

    Maybe after many years, your house is a little rough around the edges. We’re right behind motivated property-owners looking to better their home.

  • Refinance my home loan

    Firstly, thanks for considering us for your Home Loan. Home Loans are at the core of Greater Bank and we like to think we’re the experts. 

  • Save for a housing deposit

    The reality? Saving for a deposit's not as hard as you think. With the right advice, you’ll have your nest egg in no time.

  • Know my borrowing power

    Before you head out in search of your new home, get a handle on how much you can actually borrow. It’s a great first step, and it’s easier than you may think.

  • Stop paying rent

    Maybe you’ve just realised how much per year you’re paying in rent, or you’re sick of dealing with the drama of finding a room-mate each time your lease is up. Whatever the reason, you’re in the right place.

  • Know what to expect when applying

    Applying for a home loan can be more than a little overwhelming. That's why we've demystified the process. Here's what we'll ask you for, and what to expect.

  • Sell my home

    When it comes to moving on to greener pastures, your to-do list can fill up pretty quickly. Here’s How to sell your home in FIVE easy steps

  • Apply for a guarantor home loan

    If you’re looking for your first home loan, but are having trouble saving for your deposit, and are scared off by LMI, opting to have parents or a family member go guarantor may be right for you.

I want to

  • Cut my living costs

    You might want to tighten your purse strings to save for something big, or maybe you just want to reign in your spending ways. Time to trim the fat – here’s how.

  • Know all the costs of buying a car

    Maybe you’re in the market for your first car, or are just thinking of upgrading. Budgeting will be a whole lot easier if you know what upfront and ongoing costs to expect.

  • Control my spending

    If you’re constantly wondering where all your money went, it might be time to closely examine your spending habits, with a view to reigning them in.

  • Buy a car

    You’ll own many cars in your lifetime – from your first bomb, to your family SUV, to your piece of retirement indulgence. Whatever you’ve set your sights on, Greater Bank can get behind the wheel sooner.

  • Get the right car insurance

    Is your Car Insurance the right fit for your needs? Don’t wait until it’s too late to find out your cover is a dud. Here are some things to consider.

  • Get the most from my Credit Card

    Our Credit Cards can be a great way to access money, whether we have a family, are travelling the world, or shopping online. Maximise your cards potential with these few simple tips.

  • Bank smarter and avoid fees

    Bank fees are right up there with stubbed toes and frostbite as most people’s least favourite things. Luckily, you can minimise their effect and keep more money in your pocket.

  • Set up a budget

    We’re all aware of budgeting, but often we view it from a negative perspective. The reality is anyone can achieve their goals with the right budgeting tools.

  • Consolidate debt

    The burden of debt can be heavy, but consolidating your debts with a bank with your best interest at heart can put you on the fast track to living debt-free.

  • Get the right account

    As we grow, we need different accounts for each stage of our life to suit our changing needs. You wouldn't wear one set of shoes your whole life, would you? 

  • Teach my kids to save

    The fact is that saving and managing our finances is something that all of us will have to do. We’ve put together a basic plan so that you can plant the seeds of knowledge early.

  • Combine my banking with my partner

    So, you’re getting closer with your partner, and are thinking about buying a home, a car, or planning a holiday together. If combining your banking is starting to seem worthwhile, Here’s How to do it right.

I want to

  • Ace my job interview

    So you’ve got a foot in the door – well done! Now it’s time to make it clear you’re the right candidate for the job. Here’s what to do, and what to avoid.

  • Start my first job

    No matter what age you are when you heed the call of the workforce, there are a few essentials you’ll need. Here’s your shortlist for landing your first gig.

  • Save for emergencies

    How ready would you be for a ‘rainy day?’ How about a downpour? Your emergency savings plan can be your parachute to protect you against the unexpected. Here’s how to set one up.

  • Start a family

    Of all the goals we share, the pursuit of a family is surely the noblest. If you've considered starting a family, consider these steps to limit your financial stress.

  • Get married

    First of all, congratulations! If you’re getting married, you’re in for quite a ride. Whether your engagement lasts 12 weeks or 12 months, this will be one of the happiest times of your life.

  • Work while I study

    Life as a student isn’t easy, or cheap. If you’re thinking about supplementing your income while hitting the books, here’s what you should consider.

I want to

  • Study while overseas

    If you’re looking to broaden both your mind and your horizons, you’re probably drawn by the lure of learning in a foreign land. Find out how to make it happen.

  • Bank safely while overseas

    When the travel bug takes hold, you deserve to know that you can spend some of your hard-earned without worrying about falling victim to fraud. Here’s how it’s done.

  • Do my banking abroad

    So you’re off on the holiday of a lifetime, or your work takes you overseas? Doing your banking wherever you are has never been easier.

  • Travel on a budget

    No matter whether you’re a wide-eyed Uni student or a family with 2.5 kids and bills rolling in, we all deserve a break, and we shouldn’t have to settle for less just because we’re watching our finances.

  • Travel overseas

    Taking a trip should be one of life’s great pleasures, providing you memories that will last forever. We've put together a simple checklist of things to consider when planning your holiday. 

  • Travel with a Credit Card

    Getting away and want to pack light? For holiday makers, backpackers and business, get the most out of your credit card while on the road.

I want to...

  • Make the most of redundancy

    Redundancy is rarely a welcome prospect, and can leave you wondering “where to next?” However, by acting quickly and decisively, you can sure up your short and long term financial future.

  • Maximise my Super

    Your Super could make the difference between living the lifestyle of your choice after retirement, and having your choices made for you.

  • Plan for my retirement

    The retirement lifestyle of your dreams is within reach – all it takes is a little foresight and some great advice.

  • Invest in property

    Investing can be a fruitful way to ensure our financial future is secure, but without the right advice, it can be hard to know where to begin. 

  • Choose the best investment for me

    You’ve got money you’re looking to grow – that’s a good start. But now what? How do you know what’s right for your situation now, and into the future?

  • Grow my super at any age

    If a stitch, in time, saves nine, why do so many of us put off thinking about our Super until it’s too late? Young, old, or in between – start planning today.