HSBC has been named Home Lender of the Year by one organisation.
HSBC has picked up a home loan accolade in the 2010 AFR Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards.
It was named Home Lender of the Year due to its strength and value of property borrowing and relationship banking.
Alice Del Vecchio, head of mortgages for HSBC in Australia, said the organisation's home loans proposition was made up of developing lasting dealings with consumers and competitive pricing.
She added: "It's this focus on relationships which distinguishes us from our Australian competitors and mortgages are a critical part of growing HSBC's main bank relationships in retail banking."
The company - which offers HSBC savings accounts among other products - noted it offers a home loan with the lowest 12-month introductory rate combined with the personal service of one of the brand's relationship managers.
Earlier this week, HSBC announced cuts to its one-year, four-year and five-year property lending products with the former now possessing an interest rate of 6.69 per cent per annum.
By Emma North