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    Hi
    What is current revolving credit limit and rule with banks? I heard TSB give maximum 20% of your mortgage as revolving credit and ANZ will give you 350K revolving credit if you have 70% or less LVR. What is rule with ASB, BNZ, Westpac and Kiwibank?

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    BNZ has a commercial revolving credit called CARL.
    The entire loan can be revolving.
    What sort of amount are you looking at ?
    The interest rate is higher than a conventional loan so would not want it higher than you feel you need.
    I have found that the cost is between .2 to .25 of one percent more .

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    • #3
      I am looking after 400K, and I know the rate is around 5%. What about other banks?

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      • #4
        I assume that your borrowing is secured by a residential property. It that's is the case, ASB does have a product - Orbit home loan where they will consider a maximum of $250,000 (upon initial request). If request is escalated to their senior management for approval they will consider up to $1,000,000 against the Orbit account (maximum limit permitted on the orbit account). The lower the LVR, the more comfort the bank has to offer a higher limit over $250,000. Debt servicing profile also needs to be very strong for the banks to consider a higher limit.
        Hope this helps.

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        • #5
          thanks Koko, good info about ASB

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