LVR stands for Loan to Value Ratio. The amount of money that a bank will lend you based on how much the property is worth. For example, an 80% LVR means the bank is willing to lend up to 80% of what the property is worth. If you’re buying a property for $500,000, an 80% LVR loan is $400,000. In this example, you would need to have $100,000 (20% of $500,000) saved up for a deposit.

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