What is redraw?
If you make extra repayments on your home loan, a redraw facility lets you take the extra money out again if you need it. So rather than saving your money in a separate account, you can reduce the amount of interest charged on your loan―by paying more than you have to—and access the extra money when you need it.
Why would you use it?
What should I watch out for when using the redraw facility?
The downside of a redraw facility is that there could be fees or withdrawal restrictions placed on the amount you can redraw. The upside of this is it prevents you from making too many withdrawals and might help stop you from spending more money than you can afford.
What you need to know
The product issuer and credit provider is AMP Bank Limited ABN 15 081 596 009, AFSL and Australian credit licence 234517.
It’s important to consider your circumstances and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or Terms and Conditions before deciding what’s right for you. This information hasn’t taken your circumstances into account. Information including interest rates is subject to change without notice.
Any application is subject to AMP Bank’s approval. Terms and conditions apply and are available at amp.com.au/bankterms or 13 30 30. Fees and charges may be payable. Full details are available in the Fees and charges guide.
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