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!
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.