About Fiona McLean
Diverse and extensive experience in the property and finance industries have provided me with the tools to deliver superior customer service to my clients, leading to lifelong satisfied customers who willingly refer to their family and friends.
I commenced my finance career with one of the 'Big 4' banks, which allowed me to build a solid foundation of knowledge and expertise.
With a diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management, a Certificate IV in Financial Services and the completion of the Agents Representative Course, I am well rounded with a thorough appreciation and understanding of what my clients require.
As a mother of four young children, I have strong community values, and this provides me with the energy and focus needed to succeed. I am a firm believer in establishing and nurturing client relationships, with an emphasis on long term associations.
I enjoy working with a variety of clientèle, from those buying or building their first homes, to those who are building wealth with a well thought out investment strategy, and I look forward to speaking with you soon.
- Home Loans
- Investment Loans
- Car Loans
- Construction Loans
Thank you Fiona. You are a dream maker... You make dreams come true... You did that for me! Congratulations on changing people's lives!
Is buying cheaper than renting?
While some are set on the great Australian dream of buying their own home, others are content with renting. And in unprecedented market conditions such as the ones we are seeing thanks to COVID-19, it can be hard to know what to do. Read more to find out three things to consider when it comes to buying vs renting.
Support your landlords (and retain them)
Are your landlords experiencing hardship? Here's five ways that I can help! First, I can assist with payment-deferral options for their mortgage. If your landlord’s tenants have lost their job or asked for a rental reduction, I can request a payment-deferral on their mortgage. This is when a lender defers repayments for a period of time.
We break down the shifts
The legacy of COVID-19 will be the digitisation of business. It has forced us all to accelerate our digital plans and to look at ways of operating remotely. So, let’s see how this changes the way we might work together in a post-COVID world.