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Frequently Asked Questions

Find out what our previous customers have asked us so it can help you when it comes time to enquiring about a loan.

What happens when I submit a quote request?

Once you submit a request online, one of our friendly staff will contact you to discuss your loan needs and present some suitable options for you to choose from. Throughout the entire process we are here to help you and answer questions. We then gather the required documentation and submit your application. We liaise directly with the lender on your application status and facilitate the settlement so you don't have to.

How do you find competitive rates?

We have an experienced financial services team and a tailored panel of lenders to offer our clients competitive offers. As brokers we take into consideration your needs and objectives then present you with the most competitive options from over 25 lenders which consist of the larger banks to non-bank lenders.

Do you offer loans to non-medical industries?

Yes, we have experienced and knowledgeable staff with background in lending across all industries from agriculture, small business lending to personal finance. Please reach out to us so we can assist you with your funding needs.

How long does the process take?

We can start immediately on your application processing and approval times differ between lenders. We have options for same day settlement if that is something you require and are eligible for. At F&I Partners we pride ourselves on efficiency and timeliness so we aim to expedite as much of the process as possible.

How much can I borrow?

Each application's borrowing capacity is determined by your own personal circumstances so please contact us so we can determine how much you can borrow. We facilitate loans between $5k up to $30million.

Am I eligible for a loan if I am a new business owner?

Yes, if your ABN is at least 3 months registered we have loan options available. Speak to one of our experienced staff to see if you are eligible.

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