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Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (CIVMB_AS_v3A3)
Student identification (student to complete)
Please complete the fields shaded grey.
    Student numbe
Assignment result (assessor to complete)
    Result — first submission (Details for each activity are shown in the table below)
    Parts that must be resubmitted:
    Result — resubmission (if applicable)
Result summary (assessor to complete)
    First submission
    Resubmission (if required)
    Section 1: Case study 1 —
Clinton and Jennifer Andrews
    Task 1 — Initial disclosures
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 2 — Gathering and documenting client information
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 3 — Assessing the clients’ situation
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 4 — Using equity
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 5 — Reasonable enquiries
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 6 — Recommendations
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 7 — Clinton and Jennifer’s professional network
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 8 — Interest rates
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 9 — Settlement
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Section 2: Case study 2 —
Tony and Lo
aine Denton
    Task 10 — Establishing level of financial knowledge
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 11 — Responsible lending obligations
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 12 — Self Employed special considerations
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 13 — Advising on strategies
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 14 — Impact of credit history
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 15 — External dispute resolution
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
    Task 16 — Effective access to files
    Not yet demonstrated
    Not yet demonstrated
Feedback (assessor to complete)
[insert assessor feedback]
Before you begin
Read everything in this document before you start your assignment for Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (CIVMB_AS_v3A3).
About this document
This document includes the following parts:
•    Part 1: Instructions for completing and submitting this assignment
•    Section 1: Case study 1 — Clinton and Jennifer Andrews
    –    Task 1 — Initial disclosures
    –    Task 2 — Gathering and documenting client information
    –    Task 3 — Assessing the clients’ situation
    –    Task 4 — Using equity
    –    Task 5 — Reasonable enquiries
    –    Task 6 — Recommendations
    –    Task 7 — Clinton and Jennifer’s professional network
    –    Task 8 — Interest rates
    –    Task 9 — Settlement
•    Section 2: Case study 2 — Tony and Lo
aine Denton
    –    Task 10 — Establishing level of financial knowledge
    –    Task 11 — Responsible lending obligations
    –    Task 12 — Self Employed special considerations
    –    Task 13 — Advising on strategies
    –    Task 14 — Impact of credit history
    –    Task 15 — External dispute resolution
    –    Task 16 — Effective access to files
•    Appendix 1: Client information collection tool/Fact Finder.
•    Appendix 2: Serviceability calculator.
How to use the study plan
We recommend that you use the study plan for this subject; it will help you manage your time effectively and complete the assignment within your enrolment period. Your study plan is in the KapLearn Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (CIVMBv3) subject room.
Part 1: Instructions for completing and submitting this assignment
Completing the assignment
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The assignment
This assignment is split into 16 Tasks, over 3 Sections. To finish this assignment, you must complete all 16 tasks.
The information and data needed to complete Sections 1 and 2 is presented in case studies at the beginning of those sections.
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The word count shown with each question is indicative only. You will not be penalised for exceeding the suggested word count. Please do not include additional information which is outside the scope of the question.
Additional research
When completing the Client Information Collection Tool in Appendix 1, assumptions are permitted, although they must not be in conflict with the information provided in the Case Study.
You may also be required to source additional information from other organisations in the finance industry to find the right products or services to meet your client’s requirements or to calculate any service fees that may be applicable.
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Section 1: Case study 1 — Clinton and Jennifer Andrews
Clinton and Jennifer Andrews live in Sydney with their two school-age children. They bought their home 15 years ago. With the rise in its value over time they have generated substantial equity and have decided to purchase an investment property. Recently they went to a real estate seminar where the presenter explained that it is possible with co
ect leverage to purchase more than one investment property. Consequently, they have decided to bo
ow 90% LVR on the investment property plus the LMI. The deposit, stamp duties and other costs will come from their ‘offset account’ attached to their home loan. They have requested not to use their cu
ent lender.
After conducting research over the last six months they have decided to purchase a new four-bedroom home in outer Brisbane for $450,000 with a rental income of $450.00 per week.
The real estate agent has recommended they contact you to a
ange their finance. Their accountant has been providing some advice in relation to negative gearing benefits.
The following tables are a summary of the details obtained from the couple during the fact find interview. The details provided include a description of the property they wish to purchase, their financial and employment details and the loan features that they require.
The investment property
    29 Pacific Drive, Ipswich, Queensland 4305
    Purchase price:
ick veneer home
    $450.00 per week
    Agent details:
    Rain and Hall
The bo
ower’s home address
ent address:
    17 Moss Ave, East Hills, NSW 2213
    5-bedroom full
ick home
    Monthly repayment:
    $1,020.00 per month
    Home phone:
Clients’ view of funding requirements
    Purchase price:
    Estimated costs:
    Total required:
    $405,000 + LMI
    Own contribution:
    Big Bank offset savings account (joint)
    Little Bank fixed term account (joint)
    Ford Falcon G6, 8 years old (Clinton)
    Holden Barina, 10 years old (Jennifer)
    Superannuation — MPA Insurance (Clinton)
    Superannuation — CLM Insurance (Jennifer)
    Household effects (insured value)
    Big Bank standard home loan (Joint)
(P&I repayment, variable, no fees)
    $190,000 (repayments $1,020 p.m.)
    Big Bank Visa card (Clinton)
    $800 (limit $5,000) (clears monthly)
    Little Bank Visa card (Jennifer)
    $1,200 (limit $3,000) (pays $500 per month)
All debts have been repaid according to a
angements. In relation to the credit card debt, the minimum monthly commitment for servicing purposes should be calculated at 3% of the credit limit.
Clinton (date of birth 24/5/84)
    Project Manager (full time)
    ACM Construction
    10 Wide Rd, Ryde, NSW
    Income (gross):
    $85,000 p.a., gross monthly income of $7,083, net monthly income of $5,476
    Employer contact:
    Kelly Williams, HR Manage
    Length of service:
    16 years
    Driver’s licence:
Jennifer (date of birth 8/10/87)
    Accounts Assistant (full time)
    Pretty Clothing Pty Ltd
Answered Same Day Apr 07, 2020


Pulkit answered on Apr 09 2020
140 Votes
Student response to Task 11: Question 3
    Answer here
    Interest rate
    Monthly repayment
    New Bank Loan (home loan)
    New Bank Loan (other debts)

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