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This is generally the case for full time and permanent part time jobs, as casual and contract have different policies applied to them.
If you are borrowing less than 85% of the property then you can apply for a home loan from the very first day of your new job.
If mortgage insurance is required (such as 90 or 95% loans) then you can still be eligible for a home loan, but one of the requirements may be that you are not in a probation period.
So if you have recently taken a great opportunity to move to a better paying job, or a better position with another company, don’t let this deter you from following your goal of getting a home loan sooner rather than later!
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