Mortgage Broker in Bentleigh, Brighton, Carnegie, Caulfield, Cheltenham, Moorabbin, Oakleigh, St Kilda and other Victorian suburbs
I have been in financial industry for over 15 years. My knowledge and experience in finance with major banks, second-tier and small lenders, as well as my diverse background, knowledge of several languages and extensive work experience with the clients from different cultural backgrounds located in Australia and overseas can guarantee I will find the right solution for you.
There are hundreds of home loans available. I will help you compare home loans, loan features, fees and charges to help you find the most competitive loan for your lifestyle and finance needs.
Refinancing your current home loan is a good idea if you want to lower your monthly repayments, access existing equity in your home loan or to consolidate debt.
Whether you are a novice investor or an experienced one, I will assist you to find a good and flexible loan option, so that any immediate purchase will have a positive effect on your future investment portfolio.
With the recent changes in lenders’ policies regarding self-employed applicants it is important to avoid numerous credit enquiries which are recorded in your credit file and then taken into account by lenders during credit assessment
Utility bills blowing-out? Compare, Switch and Save with Home Now
Did you know that 3 out of 4 Australians are on the wrong energy plan and are paying too much? With so many utility providers touting different offers it can be confusing and time consuming to compare providers for electricity, gas and internet by yourself.
Getting set for 2019
Yes, February is already here and saying ‘Happy New Year’ is done for now. So if you haven’t had a long hard look at your finances it’s time to get cracking and make sure you’re heading to where you want to be.
Rates are moving. What are your options?
The last major Australian bank has just increased its rates putting its owner occupiers on principal and interest up 0.12% and interest only rates up 0.16%. What will happen next?