Multi Awards Winning Team

If you’re an investor looking for a flexible home loan, a first home buyer wanting to enter the property market or simply looking to refinance to save money, you’ve come to the right place. Our job is to help make the process as easy and hassle-free as possible for you, and see you reach your financial goals, sooner. We work with a panel of over 30 lenders and aim to ensure our clients get the most competitive home loan to suit their financial situation.

We service a wide range of loans and structures, including ‘interest only’ and ‘principal and interest’ repayment options, non-conforming loans, building and construction loans, development and commercial loans.

The key to finding the right loan from the numerous products on offer is to determine the most beneficial structure for your situation. This could include a loan with an offset account, the option to pay interest in advance, choice of asset protection products and so much more.

We provide a personalised service which allows you to know exactly where your application is at all points during the assessment, by keeping you updated throughout the process. We stay in touch through the term of your loan to ensure your servicing needs are being met at all times.


Industry Awards

Finalist - Better Business Awards – Best Residential Broker 2020 - Balpreet Singh Bal
Finalist - Better Business Awards – Best Customer Service (Office) 2020 
Winner- WA Young Professional Award 2019 - Balpreet Singh Bal
Finalist- WA Customer Service Award- Individual 2019 - Balpreet Singh Bal
Balpreet Singh Bal Listed in Top 100 Brokers list by Mortgage Professional Australia 2017,2018 & 2019
Finalist-  AMA Broker of the Year 2018 -Balpreet Singh Bal
Finalist - Better Business Awards – Best Residential Broker 2017 - Sharon Bal
Finalist - MPA Young Gun 2015-2016 - Sharon Bal
Finalist - MFAA Young Professional 2016 - Sharon Bal
Finalist - AMA Quality Young Gun of the year 2016
Finalist - ABA Newcomer of the year 

Loan Market Awards

Winner - No. 1 Loan Market Broker WA (Receipted Settlements) 2019, 2018, 2017 - Balpreet Singh Bal
Winner - Broker of the Year WA 2019, 2018, 2017 ( NPS Customer Service) - Balpreet Singh Bal
Winner - Top Loan Market Business WA 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016- Loan Market Welshpool
Winner - No. 1 Loan Market Broker WA (Receipted Settlements) 2016 - Sharon Bal
Platinum Customer Service Award since 2016


Testimonials

  • Dennis Bengua Cruz & Gloria Dela Cruz
    These guys are the best! All work has done professionally and knows what they doing for a less hustle free and easy transactions. Thanks Team Bal!
  • Rahul Dahiya
    Balpreet is the most humble and genuine person I have ever came across, he has vast knowledge of the market and always find you the best deals available. Highly highly recommended , 💯 stars for Balpreet and his team.
  • Rajinder Singh
    From day one, we are very happy with the service provided by Balpreet and team. He has been there - above and beyond in every aspect of the finance process. He always got right back to us,answered every question. He is honest, reliable and above all very passionate about his job. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
  • Gunjan Saxena
    Balpreet Bal is an amazing person with great personality, great customer service, listen to client very well, gives good advice. He is doing a great job. Keep the good work going!
  • Mandeep Singh
    We were in the market of purchasing our first home and Bal made the whole process very easy. He was transparent, patient, always quick to answer our many questions and a pleasure to deal with. Everything was well presented, explained and delivered. It can be a bit daunting going through a loan approval, but Bal gave us regular updates during the process which helped put us at ease. Thank you for all your help. He is one of the best in the market We would recommend him to anyone.
  • Edwin Jaiger
    Bal, Sharon and their team provided an incredible service to get our home finance sorted fast. We had very few matters to worry about as the loan arrangement was in the capable hands (Bal and his team). They did a great Job!!!. I would recommend anyone to obtain Bal and his team's service for your financings. Very reliable and supportive.
  • Diarmuid Gleeson & Mahsa Gleeson
    I recently dealt with Bal, Parisa and Sharon for the purchase of our first home. They were very professional, knowledgeable and always kept us up to date on the property market and the loan products available. Everything was explained well. I would highly recommend the team at Loanmarket Welshpool.
  • Faiza K
    With Mr Balpreet its like saying, you have got the best and leave the rest on him. From step one till the end, most efficient and well guided. He worked for me on a very tough deadlines to meet, understood my case, prepared it in a day and got me the approvals in no time. Thanks Bal, you are the best!!
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