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Testimonials

  • Michael Green
    Conrad went far more than above & beyond, he went intergalactic for us to secure our home loan and continued to work hard offering his personal time on weekends and he thought outside the box.
  • Jodie Campbell
    Very professionally presented and organised. Actually listened to what we wanted, offered suitable options.
  • Sharon Bardsley
    Conrad is very dedicated & easy to deal with. He has helped us significantly through an extremely difficult loan restructure and to try to secure a loan for a new property.
  • Todd Mathesion
    Hey pushed through when I was told by other I wouldn't get my loans, he did everything he could to get me what I wanted
  • Lou Beneat
    Conrad has done an amazing job! We would not have been able to do it without him. Conrad was so optimistic and really helpful. Always ready to come and see us whenever we needed a hand with anything. Very quick and efficient, we were really short on time and we had a few complicated circumstances but Conrad has been able to make it all happen. Definitely would go back to him and we recommend Conrad to anyone that want the best deal out there.
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