Who is Vie Financial?

Vie Financial is a nationally backed, franchise-based financial services provider with access to one of the largest panels of loan funders, insurers and banking services in Australia. From over 40 institutions, we provide our customers with tailored solutions to suit their individual circumstances, specialising in structured finance, insurance and banking facilities tailored to work in harmony to assist in reaching their long-term goals.

We take the time to assess each customer’s circumstances by getting to know them and place emphasis on providing long term solutions that work towards reaching an end goal. We provide a superior to customer service and operate with total remuneration transparency, delivering our services nationally through our network of locally owned and operated franchises.

Vie Financial Services Tasmania as Local Mortage Brokers That You Can Depend on

Vie Financial is a franchised business that is made up of local finance brokers who specialise in helping our clients in the following areas:

  • Buying their first home.
  • Refinancing existing property loans, including residential and commercial.
  • Purchasing all types of property, including for investment purposes.
  • Car, boat, motorbike, asset, plant and equipment finance.
  • And Debt consolidation.

Your Vie Financial broker will use their experience and knowledge to help you find the perfect financial product for your goals and current situation.

Jessie from Vie Financial Launceston assisting a Tasmanian customer with a home loans inquiry.

Basic Advice For First Home Buyers

  • How much money do I need to purchase? – General Guidelines are to have 5 per cent of the desired purchase cost in savings for your deposit and the same amount again to cover your purchasing costs. Depending on your situation, the respective First Home Buyers Grant or Duty Concession may reduce this requirement – speak to us today to understand your personal position in readiness to buy.
  • What costs are involved in the purchase? – Stamp Duty is payable to the state revenue office and is calculated as a percentage of the purchase price, conveyancing fees for your legal representation during the process of purchasing, government registration fees for the mortgage securing your home loan and a buffer for any other miscellaneous expenses including apportioned council rates, building inspections and other unforeseen incidentals incurred along the way.
  • When does lenders mortgage insurance need to be taken into consideration? – This is payable on any loan greater than 80 per cent of the purchase price.

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