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Bernie Lewis Home Loans is a South Australian family owned financial services business. We help our clients achieve home ownership and financial security for life by taking an integrated approach when providing financial solutions.

  • 29
    years
  • 96,500
    loans
  • 3 locations
    across Adelaide

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Did you know that by simply switching your mortgage payment from monthly to fortnightly you could save several years and thousands of dollars in interest? Use our fortnightly repayment calculator to see how much you could save!

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Do you know what your current home loan interest rate is? Check it now. If it doesn't start with a 3, chances are you're paying more than you need to. A Bernie Lewis Mortgage Adviser can review your current loan and may be able to save you money.

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Top 10 Adelaide Suburbs for 2016

Posted on: 13/01/2017

The year of 2016 was a reasonably good year for the property market in Adelaide with growth in the median house price of nearly 5%

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3 questions to ask before applying for a home loan

Posted on: 03/01/2017

Applying for a home loan is a big step, after all buying a property is the biggest single purchase many people will make in their lifetime. So how do you know if you are ready?

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What happens after you sign a contract?

Posted on: 16/12/2016

You have finally found the right home and after much negotiation, you have agreed on the price. A contract has been signed but what next? The following is a step-by-step guide of what needs to happen between signing the contract and settlement.

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RBA cash rate announcement

Posted on: 06/12/2016

At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent

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