Mortgage broker in Darwin, Palmerston and the rural area.
Whether you are looking to purchase a property, save money on your repayments, consolidate debt or access equity in your home, I’m here for your finance needs. I can compare hundreds of loan options from over 30 lenders ensuring my clients get the most competitive home loan for their financial situation.
Best of all, my service comes at no cost to you, as I’m paid by the lender you choose.
With access to over 1000 loan products across a panel of over 30 lenders I’m well equipped to assist you with all of your finance needs.
When you’re a property investor one of your most expensive investments is time. So whether you’re looking to add to your portfolio or reviewing your situation, come and speak to me.
Construction and Renovation Loans
Sometimes the hardest part about building a home or renovating is organising the finance, so it’s vital to get the foundations right.
First Home Buyers
Buying your first home can be a little daunting but it doesn’t have to be.
Reviewing your home loan options when you already have a mortgage may feel like it belongs in the too-hard basket.
When you’re self-employed, some lenders can make it difficult for you to borrow money, while other lenders align their policies to really help self-employed customers.
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?