Loan Market Mortgage Broker servicing Sydney and beyond

Experience

I am a Sydney based Finance Broker. I specialise in residential mortgages and commercial property funding.

Amanda finished her Bachelor of Economics and Master of Commerce (Usyd) in 2004. Since then she has gained years' of experience working with large corporate organisations across finance and accounting (PwC), including eight years within the financial services industry (ANZ and St.George). That experience has given her the ability to really understand credit policy and what to look at in an application to determine which lender would be the best fit.

My role as a mortgage broker is to help source the most suitable finance for your situation. All banks and lenders have different specialties, strengths and policies, so depending on your situation, I research to find mortgage products best suitable to you.  

Research is everything, and knowledge is power to you. My goal is to give you the knowledge about mortgage options, so you can make the most informed decision for your personal situation..

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Accolades

Emerging Elite 2017


Testimonials

  • Adam Robinson: 31/01/2017
    I enjoyed working with Amanda. She was always available to take my calls and little questions along the way. As this was my first purchase this was extremely important to me. My expectations were exceeded with the final result of property i secured. Thank you Amanda
  • Trent Willis: 03/06/2014
    In our case as first time home buyers some of the choices were unclear and best strategy not exactly clear. We were also overseas at the time of purchase to add to teh complexity. Amanda was incredibly helpful in presenting clear and palatable choices to secure our mortgage.
  • Sophie Joris: 14/07/2015
    The service Amanda provided was outstanding. Throughout the entire engagement, she has managed all aspects of the loan and broader relationship seamlessly.
  • Robert: 22/08/2017
    Unable to afford property in Sydney, Amanda helped me with an investment property strategy to build equity to add to my savings. Amanda made the process really easy, and with her help I was able to buy two investment properties in 18 months – building equity quickly. I would thoroughly recommend Amanda to first home buyers and/ or those looking at building an investment portfolio. – Property Investor, Aged 29, Sydney
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