Option 1 – Finance with your existing mortgage.
Yes, this is possible. It’s best to speak to your current home loan lender as you might need to refinance the loan, which may require paying mortgage insurance and refinancing fees and charges.
Option 2 – Certegy Finance
Operating since 1989 and part of the ASX listed FlexiGroup Limited, Certegy Ezi-Pay is a leading provider of continuing credit retail payment plans with No Interest Ever! Offered through a wide network of retailers, our payment plans are a convenient way for consumers to make purchases at a wide variety of retail and home improvement businesses across Australia.
For more info Certigy Ezy Pay (No Interest Payment Plans)
Option 3 – GEM Visa
Some purchases just can’t wait. Now they don’t have to.
Ozzy Fortune Group is now offering 0% Interest Payment Plans with Gem Visa. 0% Interest Payment Plans are the clever way to pay, with flexible payment options catered to suit your budget and lifestyle. You have the flexibility to make extra payments at any time to reduce your balance, and interest is only calculated on any remaining balance at the end of your 0% interest period – and is not backdated.
We accept any of the below cards for 0% Interest Payment Plan purchases:
Or apply for a Gem Visa now and you’ll get a response within 60 seconds. If approved you can start shopping straight away.
Option 4 – Thorn Group
As part of the Thorn Group of companies Thorn Money benefits from the professionalism and expertise that comes from one of Australia’s leading businesses with over 75 years’ experience in providing retail and financial services to a variety of consumer and commercial markets. Publicly listed on the ASX Thorn Group Limited also drives these other great brands Radio Rentals, Rentlo, NCML and Thorn Equipment Finance.
Radio Rentals’ is a trade mark of Thorn Group Limited. Thorn Group Limited (through its subsidiary, Thorn Australia Pty Ltd) trades as ‘Radio Rentals’ in every state and territory, except South Australia, where an unrelated entity trades under the ‘Radio Rentals’ name.