Your mortgage broker in Alexandra Hills, Belmont, Carina, Carindale, Manly, Tingalpa, Wynnum and surroundings.
Not all situations fit a set loan perfectly, my role and key skill as your mortgage broker is to totally understand your situation and present the appropriate loan structure to the selected lender to achieve a good outcome for all parties. A good broker helps you get not only a loan, but the right loan for your circumstances.
Trevor Taylor has been helping people in the Bayside and Brisbane Southeast find the best home loan deals for over 20 years.
Trevor has made a career of removing the barriers to buying property and making it easy for his clients. Whether you’re buying or selling, Trevor will support you through the mortgage process. And regardless of whether you’re a first-home buyer, an investor, looking to refinance or moving in to your dream home. Trevor can work with you to choose the right finance deal.
When you use a Loan Market broker like Trevor you’re giving yourself the insider’s edge. That’s because Trevor talks to lenders daily to find you the hottest home loan specials and takes a truly impartial view of hundreds of loans from over 30 lenders. And by doing all the leg work, such as completing paperwork and liaising with solicitors, he takes the stress out of your home loan.
Trevor covers many suburbs including Alexandra Hills, Belmont, Carina Heights, Carindale, Manly, Tingalpa and Wynnum.
The secret of a good loan is to look beyond the interest rate into what the banks policy requirements are and to ensure the lender is the best match not only for the immediate needs but also to achieve your long term plans.
Trevor has industry qualifications including Diploma of Financial Services.
In his downtime he enjoys getting involved in activities on or by the ocean.
Whether you are starting out on your property investment journey, have a growing portfolio or wish to purchase through a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF), my highly customised approach will help you to get the best out of your investment strategy.
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