Mortgage Broker in Red Hill, Auchenflower, Milton and surrounding suburbs
Having started my finance career in the United Kingdom and experiencing the global financial crisis (GFC) to the full effect, I've seen the highs and lows of the finance world. I know that forming long lasting relationships with customers and lenders is the key to a successful business and customer satisfaction.
I work for you and not the bank. I will do everything in my power to obtain the most competitive and practical loan for your circumstances. Whether you're a first time buyer, investor or looking to upgrade your family home, I have access to over 30 different lenders and hundreds of products – we can review these together to find you the best loan for your needs.
Buying property and obtaining a home loan is often the largest financial commitment most of us will have in our lifetime. It’s my role to guide you through this sometimes-complicated process and advise you on the most suitable product for your situation.
Whether you’re a first time property investor or you are looking to add to your property portfolio, expert advice can often be very valuable in saving you time and money. Building your wealth is much easier if you have the right loan and advice in place!
Knowing which lenders to approach when submitting self-employed loans will not only save you time and money, but will also offer you comfort in knowing that you are speaking with finance professional who can accommodate your needs.
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