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Our IBA- Meet Jenna

About Jenna I am a proud Kija woman from the Kimberley Region in Western Australia, but I grew up in Hobart Tasmania. I now live in Perth (Boorloo), Western Australia and have been there for over eleven years.  I purchased my first Home Loan with IBA 16 years ago in Hobart which set me up […]

Interest rate changes

The interest rates for some of IBA home loans are changing based on market conditions. All impacted customers have been notified, in writing, about the change to their interest rate and loan repayment amount. Interest rate changes will come into effect on 14 September 2023. We have a range of resources available on our website […]

Alice Springs and Darwin office moves

Both our Alice Springs and Darwin offices have moved to new premises. The new addresses are below. You can also always find up-to-date IBA office locations on our office locations map here. Darwin / Larrakia Country Office address: Unit 4, 21 Parap Road, Parap, NT 0820 Postal address: PO Box 880, Parap, NT, 0820 Phone: […]

Our Corporate Plan 2023-24 is published!

Our Corporate Plan 2023-24 is now published. The plan lays out our key activities and pathways to prosperity alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. By growing our net assets to $2.5 billion over the next five years we will be able to support more than 10,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. “Managing, growing, […]

IBA Shared Equity

IBA are constantly looking for new ways to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people achieve their goals of home ownership, running a business, and investing in their future. In response to the growing housing crisis and some customers being priced out of their local markets, we’ve launched a new product called IBA Shared Equity […]

Girl Boss behaviour in home ownership

A proud Adnyamathanha woman from South Australia, Narelle grew up in a small country town with only a couple of hundred people where everyone knows one another. She never thought it would be possible to own her first home but set her sights on making it happen. Looking for a change in pace, Narelle moved […]

Nikea’s story: Rewriting her narrative

This journey towards home ownership explores the inspiring story of Gamilaraay woman Nikea – a single mother who defied societal expectations and broke the cycle of living in social housing by purchasing her own home. Her accomplishment serves as an inspiration for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous women, highlighting the importance of financial stability, generational wealth, […]

Our IBA - Meet Piari

About Piari  I am a proud Githabul (Northeast New South Wales) and Ghungalu (Central Queensland, around the Mount Morgan area) man. I grew up in Lismore, NSW until I was about 15 but then finished my schooling in Sydney. I managed to get a scholarship with a football (soccer) academy in Sydney, which included a […]

Latest IBA newsletter - NAIDOC edition

Have you seen the latest IBA e-newsletter?  This special NAIDOC Week edition shares inspiring stories about our amazing customers, along with events, workshops, and of course, information about where to find us during NAIDOC Week! Check out the stories featuring: Happy home owners - Feel good quotes and pics from our inspirational home loan customers. […]

Homeowners feeling good

Have you seen our new 'Feel Good Friday' campaign on Facebook? We're thrilled to celebrate the success stories of our valued customers who are proud to share their special kodak moments with IBA – and thanks to all our fab staff that make these happy customers! We are committed to fostering a culture of celebration, […]

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