Your local mortgage broker in Brisbane

Whether you are buying your first home, refinancing or investing in your next property, I am committed to placing you in the best possible financial position. I take the time to truly understand what you are trying to achieve, and will keep you informed every step of the way.


  • Matthew Clayton
    Cara was the best mortgage advisor that I have ever used. She was professional, attentive, and supportive.
  • Amanda Layther
    Friendly, open, and went out of her way to help me while I was out of town and ran into other difficulties during the process.
  • Narrelle Lowe
    Cara was amazing. I'm so glad we had her to help us through this settlement process.
  • Stephanie Huxley
    Cara was so helpful in every way possible. Good communicator and always available in a timely fashion. I would have no hesitations in working with her again.
  • Peter Jones
    Cara was always contactable for questions, very helpful and friendly.
  • Cassandra Houghton
    Cara was efficient, patient and replied to queries straight away. The whole process went smoothly.
  • Christopher R
    Nothing was too much trouble and I got the best deal the market had to offer.
  • Sarah M
    Great client experience, detailed, patient, communicative, quick to respond and educated us through the process.
  • Daniel H
    Efficient and professional, personalised service.
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Latest News

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    Great feedback from great customers

    ​I love my job and it makes my day (week even!) when I receive feedback from happy customers. Thank you to Carolyn and Dave – it was such a pleasure to assist you with the purchase of your first home!

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    Are you getting the right advice from your bank?

    ​As a mortgage broker, I expect most of my new customers will have spoken with their bank as their first port of call. It’s great to shop around but unfortunately, I regularly find that the information provided to customers by their bank is either not entirely correct or has not taken into account their full personal circumstances.

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    Fixed or Variable Rates. What’s the difference?

    I regularly get asked the valid question, “What’s the difference between a fixed rate and a variable rate”. When looking to make decisions on your mortgage, it’s good to understand how it all works and more importantly what the most suitable options are for your circumstances.