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Financing your project
The first stage of building or renovating involves reviewing your finances to understand what you can afford.
When building or renovating a home, the usual way to finance your project is to borrow against the final value of the home when it’s completed. This is referred to as Tentative on Completion Value, and we approve your total lending limit based on this value. Rather than accessing all the funds at the start of the project, you draw funds down in stages across a maximum of a 12 month period as the building progresses and the value of your property increases.
Allow for cost overruns in your budget when planning. Cost overruns are common which can be stressful if you haven’t allowed for them.
ANZ lending criteria, terms, conditions, and fees apply. Interest rates and fees are subject to change.
This material is for information purposes only. Its content is intended to be of a general nature, does not take into account your financial situation or goals, and is not a personalised financial adviser service under the Financial Advisers Act 2008. It is recommended you seek advice from a financial adviser which takes into account your individual circumstances before you acquire a financial product. An ANZ Authorised Financial Adviser will, on request and free of charge, provide you with his or her disclosure statement prepared under the Financial Advisers Act 2008. If you wish to consult one of ANZ's financial advisers, please contact us on 0800 269 296.