Switch your home loan to Kiwibank and get our refinancing package and a structure tailored to suit your circumstances. This is a competitive home loan deal.

Benefits at a glance

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    Save up to $2,000 using our refinancing package

    With a free legal transfer service, no application fees and often no need for a registered valuation, our refinancing package could save you up to $2,000 off the cost of refinancing when you switch your home loan to us. See eligibility criteria below.

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    Structure your home loan to suit your needs

    Lock in a competitive fixed rate if you’re after certainty or enjoy flexibility with a variable rate. We’ve also got offset home loans which may reduce the amount of interest you pay on your home loan.

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    Support New Zealand with a Kiwibank home loan

    When you switch your home loan to Kiwibank, you’re joining a million other Kiwi who are banking on New Zealand.

Get 1% of your new home loan in cash, up to $10,000

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How to switch your home loan

Ready to make the switch to Kiwibank?

We have home loans specialists and tools to help you through the process of switching your home loan to Kiwibank.

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Our home loan specialists can walk you through the process of buying a home and discuss what your options are.

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Use our calculators

Our first home buyer and repayment calculators can help you work out how to manage your home loan, pay your home loan off more quickly or get you into your new home.

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Our refinancing package

  • There are no legal costs as our legal transfer service is free, saving you up to $1,000 in legal costs.
  • There's no application fee, saving you up to $400 when compared to other banks.
  • In many cases, no registered valuation is required, saving you up to $600.

Eligibility criteria

  • Your home loan needs to be at least $50,000
  • Your current mortgage must be with another bank or financial institution
  • There aren’t any guarantors on your home loan
  • You have 20% equity in the property being used as security
  • The ownership of your home loan property isn’t changing and your home loan is secured by a maximum of two securities (properties)
  • If you're using an apartment, townhouse or leasehold property as your security, you may need to obtain (and pay for) a registered valuation
  • The documentation must be signed by the property’s owner (not a power of attorney)
  • The refinance can’t form part of a series of same day transactions
  • It can't be for business banking purposes.