Personal loan for debt consolidation.
A Westpac personal loan can let you borrow money to help you pay for the things you need or want, like consolidating multiple debts.
What is a personal loan for debt consolidation?
A Westpac personal loan for debt consolidation loan allows you to combine multiple debts such as, but not limited to, store cards, credit cards, hire purchase and existing loans into one single loan. This means one interest rate, one regular repayment and an end date of when you could become debt free. There’s no early repayment fees so if you have available funds you could pay your loan off faster.
- Combine multiple debts into a single loan, with one regular repayment.
- Flexible repayment options include fortnightly and monthly repayments.
- Apply to borrow up to $50,000, or maybe more based on your circumstances.
- Standard loan terms from 6 months to 5 years.
- No fees for additional or lump sum repayments.
- Apply for additional funds at any time.
Fees are subject to change.
See what your repayments could be.
Things you should know.
1Interest rate is subject to change. If you do not pay amounts when they are due and this causes your loan account to exceed your limit, the rate of interest that applies to that overlimit amount will be the interest rate + 5% p.a.
Eligibility criteria, lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. An establishment fee of $100 may apply. You’ll need to be 18 or older and a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. If you’re not a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident but you’re working in New Zealand, or you don’t meet the other criteria, we still may be able to help.
The Westpac personal loan interest rate (also known as the annual interest rate) is a combination of a personal loan rate/personal lending rate and a margin. The Westpac standard personal loan interest rate of 13.90% p.a. is currently based on a personal loan rate/personal lending rate of 14.00% p.a. less a margin of 0.10% p.a. Westpac may change the personal loan rate/personal lending rate, or replace it with a new personal loan rate/personal lending rate and/or change the margin from time to time.
Documents and fees.