Mortgage Broker servicing Gladstone, Calliope, Tannum Sands and surrounding suburbs
Gladstone’s local mortgage broker
Senior adviser Chris Maguire is your home loan, personal loan and business loan expert. Chris and his team service areas in and around Gladstone. Our focus isn’t just being able to assist in making your application process stress free, or from ensuring you are getting the right deal for your needs, we will arm you with the knowledge and strategies to help get you out of debt sooner, whether it be your home loan, investment loan or your car loan.
Low Deposit Home Loans in Gladstone
The common misconception in Gladstone is that all lenders require 30% deposit. This is simply not true!
Investment loans in Gladstone
Chris' qualification and experience as a Financial Advisor in Gladstone provides him with the unique capabilities of ensuring you maximise your return on investment.
Commercial loans in Gladstone
With the recent price adjustments in Gladstone it is now an attractive time to look at investing in Commercial real estate.
How I can help your clients during this time of uncertainty
In the midst of all of this uncertainty and chaos, I wanted to share that my business is covid-capable, and isolation-enabled. That is to say, it’s business-as-usual and if your clients need me, I am here.
Is March a buyer’s month? To delay or act, that is the question
I’ve read plenty over the years about the “best time to sell” for homeowners in Australia, and that got me thinking. When’s the best time for buyers? When is the market less competitive on the bidder-front? When are prices likely to be more affordable? And how much does supply of real estate stock play a part? Is there such a thing as a buyer’s month? Turns out there is. And it’s probably now.
We’re starting later, it’s costing more - is the property dream unreachable in 2020?
Once upon a time, let’s call it the 80s, the average Australian would buy their first home at the age of 24. Here we are, three decades later, and buying property doesn’t occur until we’re 35. Why is that? Is it thanks to the price of housing in our popular cities, and the militant discipline required to save a gigantic deposit? Or is it that we’ve decided to ‘live a little’ in our twenties, choosing renting and share-housing over striving to attain our first property asset? And is property still the asset class it used to be? Let’s discuss.