Priv 1st Mtg's fr 8.95%1p.a - Caveats & 2nd Mtg's fr 15.95%1p.a
Call from 8am to 9pm Mon-Sun and speak to approval manager Rob Kirk1300 859 075
You pay $0 upfront fees and $0 commitment fees. A valuation fee may be required depending on lvr
Specialists in $30,000 to $10,000,000+ private mortgage loans, 2nd mortgages, bridging loans & very, very urgent loans* (*secured by same-day caveats, personal property i.e cars, boats, collections). If your requirement is: property equity release, property purchase, business purchase, refinancing of loans & caveats, construction or development of property, business expansion, to increase cash-flow, to pay tax or other work related expenses eg. wages, legal fees, advertising etc, payment of council approvals, head works etc your search has taken you to the right website!
In the very unlikely event we aren't successful in obtaining a suitable loan for you - you'll pay $0**Not applicable for very, very urgent loans
We are difficult loan specialists and don't focus on credit history. Personal credit reports not required on private loans
Complimentary assistance, strategies, timing and advice to first time business owners and family trusts wishing to access property equity. fact-sheet
We, and our private lenders, don't charge establishment fees, commitment fees or application fees - many of our competitors do!
Min 2 months to 7 years for private loans. Suitable for consumers and most types of business owners
A large range of private and non-bank funding solutions are on offer to homebuyers and homeowners, business owners and company owners, ABN holders, SMSF's and Corporate Trustees of Family Trusts. Our clients don't have financials, may have paid or unpaid credit defaults, have Judgments or current and previous loan arrears, are recently out of bankruptcy including part 9 or part 10, require equity released from existing property, want to consolidate debts, payout ATO debts, cannot get a bank or non-bank loan, are too old for a traditional loan, need to refinance existing 1st mortgage private loans, 2nd mortgages or caveat loans. Whatever your situation, it's very likely we may be the only finance brokerage in Australia with a loan solution that can assist your specific situation.
Download an application pack, complete, scan back and be ready for a call and loan offer.
We offer loans from Australia's better private lenders suitable for most situations and they want to lend to you! It may be for a property purchase or against the equity in an existing property. For these types of loans, we skip all the red tape and paperwork involved with traditional lenders and Banks allowing our lenders to approve and settle very fast when others cannot - usually within 48-36 hours. Private loans are secured on a range of property including Residential, Commercial, Retail and Vacant Land. Loans are available in all capital cities and many regional areas (on a case by case basis).
1Discounted rates vary from lender to lender and subject to availability at time of application
Our funding lines are unlimited. We have lenders to suit most situations and can lend across Australia. Fast caveat funding line available
Business financials, tax returns, profit and loss, balance sheets and accountant letters are not required for private loans
Our simple application process means minimum documentation is required for most loan products. BYO Vals often accepted*
As soon as your loan is indicatively approved and lender conditions satisfied, funds into your nominated account within hours! Need urgent funds in 48+ hours?
Property and Business
Platinum Mortgages is a leading Mortgage Originator, Mortgage Broker and Caveat loan provider. Our loans and fast caveats are designed for PAYG employees, self-employed business owners with and without a company, family trusts, ABN holders, SMSF's and retirees (60+). Our private loans and caveat loans have no limitations on a borrowers age and no requirement to demonstrate income. Our loans and caveats are provided by private lenders including mum and dad SMSF's and institutions. Platinum's been in the mortgage business since 1996. A comprehensive range of private funding lines are in place with a strong track record of successfully assisting buyers and property owners with all types of loans and caveats. Our ongoing FirstLook offer ensures all of our private loans have interest rates and fees that are considered best-in-market.
***Our private lenders will do whatever it takes to make sure they're your lender***
We know your requirements for funds may be urgent. That's why we get to Yes FAST and transfer without delay
A consultant will assess your loan request and present you with a preliminary quote i.e amount available, estimated interest rate and a fee schedule
Application form is processed, valuation ordered & documentation requirements returned. An indicative loan offer is issued by the lender
Standby to receive the loan documents, attend lender & solicitor requirements, sign-up then get ready for settlement funds to be transferred. Easy!
Unemployed, PAYG salaried employees, self-employed with or without a Pty Ltd Company, Family Trusts with and without a Corporate Trustee, ABN Holders, SMSF Trust's and Non-residents. Also included are business owners that do not have financials or tax returns. May have missed one or more loan repayments, have credit defaults, court judgements or are recently out of bankruptcy. Are a new business without trading history. Already have a 2nd mortgage or caveat loan and require an urgent or non-urgent refinance or rollover for further terms. We don't judge or discriminate.
I required a very, very urgent bridging loan to make sure we didn't lose our $100,000 deposit. Robert dropped everything and provided me with a Caveat loan from a private lender in Perth that didn't require valuations and ignored maximum lvr's. Click here to read how Platinum Mortgages was the only one that assisted me when nobody else I contacted could!
A large land site approved for 65 lots became available from the receivers. I required a 1st mortgage private land loan with 6-months prepaid interest and fees to give me time to develop. Click here to read how Platinum Mortgages was able to assist me to make sure I didn't miss out on this limited opportunity!
I wanted to sell one of my two Sydney homes. The home needed minor renovation work before listing on the market. And, I needed to have selling expenses on hand. I'm not employed, no company or ABN. I required a loan in my personal name. Click here to read how Platinum Mortgages provided funds to assist me
We wanted to renovate our home, consolidate our loans and credit cards, repay loans to family members, repay overdraft and pay staff super. A 2nd mortgage for $100k in the hand was required. Click here to read our story on how Robert provided a 12-month private loan
I'm an owner of a bait and tackle shop in a coastal WA town. I took the wrong loan to grow the business and now find I can no longer afford the repayments. I need to refinance to a lower rate. Robert was able to refinance my high rate loan with a low rate private loan. Click here and read how Platinum Mortgages changed my loan over and saved my business
My company develops raw land into saleable parcels of land and deals exclusively with blue chip companies and conglomerates. I needed to deal with a specialist broker that was capable of providing our company with a number of large private loans up to 10 million. Click here to read how Platinum Mortgages assisted us with our requirements!
What is a Caveat?
A caveat is a form of injunction – it’s an order made by a court requiring a person to do or stop doing a particular act. It essentially prevents the owner of the property from selling the property without the caveator’s (the person who filed the caveat) consent.
A caveat generally prevents the registration of any transactions affecting a property e.g. transfer, mortgage or lease on a property. It notifies the caveator when a third party is attempting to register a dealing on the property or where the owner is transferring the property.
A caveat does not give a caveator a right to possess the property or sell the property.
You can lodge a caveat if you have an interest in the property that you cannot protect by registration of a mortgage. However, if you lodge a caveat without reasonable cause, you may be liable to pay compensation to the owner if they suffer any losses or damages as a result of the caveat.
Caveats are usually used as some kind of security particularly for some loans. The borrower (and owner of the property) can authorise the lender to lodge a caveat on the property.
What is a Mortgage?
A mortgage is actually not a loan as most people would think. It is a registrable form of security that can guarantee the payment of a debt or loan. A mortgage creates a security interest (legal claim) in the property with the home owner (also known as the mortgagor).
A mortgagee (the lender in a mortgage, typically a bank or private lender) does not have title to or possession of the property. But if a borrower (aka mortgagor) is in default on a loan, the lender (aka mortgagee) can exercise certain remedies if the borrower defaults.
An unregistered mortgagee does not automatically have statutory powers to sell the property as a registered mortgagee. It is not uncommon for banks and lenders (mortgagees) to send borrowers with letters of demand requesting payment of the loan before seeking to enforce their rights through court.
The following remedies are available to a mortgagee when the mortgagor defaults:
If you would like to know more about Mortgages and Caveats and how they operate or effect you, you are urged to seek your own legal advice.
The National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009, or NCCP, is legislation that’s designed to protect consumers and ensures ethical and professional standards in the finance industry. Lenders and mortgage brokers must hold a credit licence or be registered as an authorised credit representative. The NCCP is regulated and enforced by ASIC in accordance with the National Credit Code(NCC).
What is a Regulated loan? - As a general rule, almost all home loan types and applications are regulated under the Act. The rules for this are complicated, however, a loan is likely to be regulated if the borrower is a natural person, a charge is made for providing the credit and the credit provider provides the credit in the course of a business. The credit is provided wholly or predominately for personal, domestic or household purposes. Or to purchase, renovate or improve residential property for investment purposes. Or to refinance credit that’s been provided wholly or predominately to purchase, renovate or improve residential property for investment purposes. This means that most standard home loans are regulated under the NCCP Act.
What is an Unregulated loan? - There are exceptions that aren’t regulated by the NCCP Act. Home loans that are unregulated include loans in the name of a Company (i.e. not to a “natural person”) or loans used predominantly to invest in commercial property, shares or a business.
Don’t risk wasting your money, time and fees by being declined by other lenders – call us today on 1300 859 075!
All private lenders across Australia require you to have legal advice before any funds are handed over. Each lender has a preferred legal firm. Legal firms are located in Sydney and Brisbane.
Immediately your loan is approved by one of Platinum's private lenders, instructions are issued to the lenders preferred legal firm to prepare the loan agreements and checklists.
When the loan agreement and checklist has been created, the pdf's are emailed to your nominated lawyer or solicitor. Your lawyer or solicitor is instructed to print off the documentation and make an appointment for you to attend their office.
Before meeting with your nominated lawyer or solicitor, you will be requested to bring with you checklist items. These items usually include photo identification i.e drivers licence and passport and/or birth certificate, both council and water rates notices, certificate of currency with the lenders name on it, land tax statement etc.
Because of increasing fraud being continuously discovered, each lender has specific requirements they expect their legal firms to undertake. Summer Lawyers requires your lawyer or solicitor to personally take a photo of you in their office. Elliott May requires your lawyer or solicitor to hand your signed loan agreements back to you and makes an appointment for you to attend their office (if in Brisbane) or a lawyer or solicitor that they nominate. This 2nd meeting is at no charge to borrowers.