Lenders’ Mortgage Insurance (LMI) provides lenders with the security to accept a smaller deposit from you. By reducing the deposit required, you may be able to purchase a home much earlier, or buy a better located or better-quality property, than your deposit would otherwise have allowed.
Frequently asked questions
Get answers to your lenders' mortgage insurance questions.
Hints and tips
Get tips on buying a home and protecting your home and keeping insurance costs down once you are a home owner.
Links to helpful online resources.
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Our hardship program
QBE LMI works closely with lenders to help homebuyers retain their homes by supporting a temporary variation to their loan terms during their period of genuine hardship.
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Servicing capacity calculator
This calculator provides an instant self assessment to determine whether an applicant may be eligible for lenders' mortgage insurance.
QBE Deposit Bonds
Deposit Bonds are a great alternative to cash deposits when you’re buying property, whether it’s residential (for you or as an investor) or commercial. They free up your cash until settlement, which can be particularly useful if you’re buying an ‘off the plan’ property that could take years to complete. QBE bonds can be short-term (up to six-months) or long-term (up to five-years). Deposit Bonds are just another way QBE can help make home ownership possible.