Katrina Parrington

Mortgage & Finance Broker, Elders Home Loans – Northern Territory – P. 8932 8900

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  • Katrina Parrington

    I am a long term Centralian resident with more than 18 years experience in the financial services industry. Initially, in Real Estate in Adelaide before pursuing a career with Elders Insurance Alice Springs and lending roles with major banking institutions where I gained extensive experience in Home Loans and Commercial Lending here in the Alice and in Darwin.

    I have a unique set of skills that ensures I understand your lending needs and can provide you with professional advice and personal service.

    Tel: 08 8953 8800
    email: katrina.parrington@eldershomeloans.com.au

Posts Tagged ‘ANZ’

ANZ Lowers Fixed Rates

Posted by Katrina Parrington on May 28, 2010

ANZ has slightly lowered rates on a number of its long-term fixed mortgages as a result of less pressure on the cost of long-term funding costs.

The lender dropped its three-year fixed rates by six basis points to 7.64% giving it a competitive advantage over CBA and Westpac whose three-year fixed rates are 7.89% and 7.79% respectively.

ANZ also lowered its four-year fixed loans by 19 basis points to 7.74% and dropped its five-year fixed-mortgage to 7.94% from 8.03%. However, ANZ increased its one-year fixed rate by 13 basis points to 6.84%.

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Westpac profits up while NAB’s fall

Posted by Katrina Parrington on May 7, 2010

National Australia bank’s first half net profit plummeted more than 21% to just over $2bn, while Westpac recorded a 32% rise in first half profits to a record of almost $3bn, guess Gail Kelly will get her bonus.

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