Gold Coast Finance Specialists

Here at Loan Market in Mudgeeraba, we’re pretty passionate about what we do. Everyone on our team has been handpicked for their enthusiasm, positivity and commitment to making life easy for YOU.

You’ll get friendly, professional and personalised service at every stage of the process. We’ll listen to you, and help you find a home loan that supports your long-term goals.

We’ll take all the hassle out of finding and applying for your home loan – and while we’re at it, we’ll do our utmost to save you money.

Getting a loan, any broker can do that, let us set a plan in place so you can clear it.

Our team of mortgage brokers and customer service specialists have access to Australia’s largest banks as well as over 45 specialist lenders which provides you with a huge advantage when it comes to saving money on your home loan, investment loans and car loans. They are all local residents and not only know the banking environment, they also have a wealth of knowledge of the region and its real estate markets. 

We service in Mudgeeraba, Robina, Reedy Creek, Nerang ,Burleigh Heads and all surrounding suburbs. 

So, if you're looking for a new home, new car or just a better deal call or email today - csm.mudgeeraba@loanmarket.com.au or call 07 5522 8570

Testimonials

  • Brittni Pearce
    Property Purchase
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    He was very good at explaining every option and gave great advice. I felt like many options were not possible when I went to certain banks for loans, but STEVE made it all possible.
  • Scott Harrelson - Gold Coast
    Refinance and Investment Property Purchase
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    Hi Emma, Thank you for being so helpful. It has been a pleasure having you and Steve working for us. I would not hesitate to recommend you to anyone that I know who is in need of a broker .
  • Pedro Zimmermann
    Purchase Owner Occupier
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    Hi Steve, I wanted to thank you for your help throughout this process. I know it’s your job and you get due compensation, but you’ve always delivered excellent customer service and really got us the loan we have today, even with all the constraints we came across along the way. We are very very happy in our new home and it’s safe to say we wouldn’t be in this home if it weren’t for your efforts and guidance. For that, I sincerely thank you! Please carry on with your excellent service! We all need more of that!
  • Mal Trenfield
    Refinance
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    I can thoroughly recommend Steve at Loan Market. We initially approached a well known brokering company but they just couldn’t get the deal we were looking for not to mention a slow process and constant phone calls by us to follow up.Steve who not only got us a great deal but was prompt and always kept us up to date with where we were in the process. Fantastic friendly no fuss service, thanks to you and your team! Mal Trenfield
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