Loan Market Mortgage Broker servicing Buderim, Mooloolaba, Kawana, Sippy Downs

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Showing strength as a group of mortgage brokers, we have extensive experience operating in Buderim, Mooloolaba, Kawana and Sippy Downs on the Sunshine Coast. Along with our combined finance experience, we have developed a good understanding of the local real estate market. We work seamlessly with all parties involved in the property purchase process - your real estate agent, solicitor and accountant, providing complete support of your finance application. Being a part of a group gives us the ability to accommodate an appointment time that suits you. We have developed good relationships with our panel of lenders, to be able to provide you a great service.

Testimonials

  • Mark S
    Craig is very knowledgeable and can explain complex issues and ideas in a very understandable manner. Craig is pleasant to deal with. He always returned calls and was available after hours as well. His advice was well regarded and based on his great listening skills. He understood our situation and tailored his service and advice accordingly, with a big picture/future concept as well. Ultimately, we feel we have the right mortgage, investments and planning facilities available and place our financials in his hands with confidence and trust.
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