12-Jun-2023 • Corporate

ME has today announced interest rate changes for home loan customers, following the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decision to increase the cash rate by 0.25%.

For home loan customers  
  • From 18 June, ME will lift variable home loan interest rates by 0.25% per annum (p.a.) for new and existing customers.   
Responding to savings customers 
  • ME understands the ongoing challenges this environment has presented to household budgets. 
  • To help customers build up their savings, ME is lifting the rates on its popular Online Savings Account from 22 June. 
Support available for Customers   

With the cash rate increasing again, there may be some customers concerned about their financial position or experiencing financial difficulty. These customers are encouraged to contact ME's dedicated Customer Assistance team as soon as possible so we can talk through options that are right for you. 

We have been contacting customers on fixed rates that expire in the next 12 months to ensure they are prepared.

ME has a range of online resources available for customers including various calculators to help plan your budget.    

For existing home lending customers on a variable rate, ME will advise them of their new repayment amount. ME encourages customers to call 13 15 63 if they require further assistance or support.  

Legal notes:   
Interest rates from 18 June are subject to change. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. This is general information only and you should consider if these products are appropriate for you.


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