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.
Getting your home loan sorted out early can ensure you are in the best-possible position to negotiate for your new home, on your terms. And while the home loan application process can seem daunting, it is often simpler than most people think with the help of an experienced mortgage broker. Best-of all, my services are paid by the banks and are of no cost to you whatsoever.
Refinancing your existing mortgage is something that requires careful consideration. I will work through all the costs associated with switching lenders against projected savings to ensure that refinancing is truly in your-best interests. I then arrange all the paperwork and act on your behalf with the outgoing bank and new bank to ensure a seamless transition.
First Home Buyers
Purchasing your first home is an exciting time in your life, but there is a lot to consider. I support first home owners through the entire loan process, so you can focus on finding the perfect property.
Why First Home Buyers Need a Broker
If you’re a first home buyer on the journey to owning your own home, speaking to a broker makes sense. The home loan application process can seem overwhelming to begin with, but it's my job to simplify the process for you the borrower.
Don’t dig yourself a Christmas debt
I read recently that the average gift spend at Christmas time is over $500. Then I researched the food bill per person (and let’s be honest, the host get stuck with the lion’s share of costs) and it’s $122 for food and $131 for drinks. But for many of us, we spend a whole lot more and to be fair, it’s easy to get carried away buying gifts. So here are some quick financial survival tips.
Are mixed messages creating uncertainty for your clients?
It’s a confusing market for borrowers. Interest rates are down and the media has been positive that by all indications, the property market is recovering. However housing stock is still light on compared to demand - particularly for springtime - which is partially responsible for driving up prices in most capital cities. Lender competition is fierce, but there’s more scrutiny than ever on borrower spending, meanwhile banks aren’t passing on rates in full.
BID is my BAU!
Not sure if it will affect you? This month the Government is knee-deep in a bill that absolutely affects your business and mine, and certainly affects our clients. Also, it’s a confusing market for borrowers. Interest rates are down and the media has been positive that by all indications, the property market is recovering, although housing stock is still light on compared to demand - particularly for springtime - which is partially responsible for driving up prices in most capital cities. How can you help them decipher it?