Loan Market Mortgage Broker servicing Penrith, St Mary’s, Emu Plains and surrounding suburbs
Whether you’re buying your first, second or fifth property and looking for your next one, it should be an enjoyable, rewarding and painless experience. Having a professional mortgage broker on your side will help achieve this as well as saving you time.
Investment Home Loans
If you have equity in your current home loan or you’ve saved a deposit, you can put that money to work if you so choose. With the recent gains in Sydney’s housing prices, you may be able to buy an investment property without making a deposit or large financial commitment upfront.
Construction loans are a little different to your normal loan, although the application process is quite similar There is extra information the bank will want answers to before agreeing to finance your dream. Let me help guide you through the process and ensure you understand exactly what is happening through each step of the process.
So, you’re ready to buy a property? I can calculate how much you can borrow, how much money you need as a deposit or available equity to use as security against a new property and show you your different credit options from different lenders to suit your situation.
There are many different options out there for self-employed people to get loans but not all are that simple to obtain. Working for yourself opens many doors regarding making your money work best for you and that includes effective tax strategies that don’t always make you look wealthy on paper and thus make you appear unsuitable to banks. I can help you through this and look at your finances with an eye for the actual financial picture which I then present to the most appropriate lender for your situation.
Whether you want to renovate, buy a car or that boat you’ve always dreamed about. Maybe it’s time to travel or just want to get a better rate on your current loan to reduce your repayments, refinancing may be a great option for you.
An investment property with no deposit
Buying an investment property is the start of a retirement plan for a lot of individuals and is the first big step to financial independence when retired. However saving money for a deposit while paying the mortgage on your own home is tough. Heck, saving a deposit when you're living with Mum and Dad can be hard. If you have your own house though and you've paid off a bit of the mortgage or the value of your house has risen compared to what you bought it for you may not need that deposit.
How much should you get pre approved for?
Should you borrow the max you can? Can you afford how much a bank is willing to give you?
Is negative gearing a positive?
You may have heard of negative gearing, it was in the media a lot a while back as Sydney house prices took off or you may have heard about it from someone you know that has an investment property. Is it all that great though?