Video chat with a home loan specialist

If you prefer a face-to-face appointment but can't make it to a branch, our home loan specialists are ready to chat with our new easy-to-use video conferencing service.

We know with your busy work schedule it is not always convenient for you to come into a branch and chat with us about your home loan needs.  Sure, you can talk to us over the phone but many of us still prefer to talk face-to-face.

To help make things easier for you, we have introduced video conferencing for home loans. The new channel provides you with a flexible and convenient way for you to apply for a home loan face-to-face and engage with us about your product needs at a time and place that suits you, all while using your own device.

You can book an appointment online using our booking facility.  Simply choose an available time and provide a few details and we will send you an email with all the relevant video conferencing details for you to connect to your appointment.

Initially, the video conferencing platform will be used for home loan applications, however, over time we may look to expand this to other banking needs.

We’re here to help

If you are looking for a home loan, book a video conference appointment today.

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