Mortgage Broker Gold Coast


It's that easy! I search hundreds of home loans, features and loan structures to secure the most competitive home loan for my clients financial situation.

  • Access to the latest home loan offers across all banks, 44 in total.
  • We deal directly with the chosen bank or lender and make the application easy for you.
  • Help you understand your credit score which impacts the loan type that best suits your situation.
  • Assist you to navigate lending policy to identify lending products to suit specific income and property types.
  • Suggest the quickest pathway to fast-track finance approvals.
  • Have a personal manager sending you regular updates.

Call us anytime and with a 10 minute chat we can offer you advice on how to proceed, so you can understand your options.

Testimonials

  • Julie Freeman, NT
    Prompt answers, friendly approachable staff, explained things until you understand it and professional in their apporach.
  • Mary Watkins, QLD
    Dayna is great with our complicated loan arrangements. Dayna was very informative and explained every process before it happened so I could easily understand what was involved with applying/servicing my loan application.
  • Zweledinga Dlomo
    She was good and always communicated and never gives up! I'm glad I found her :)
  • Doug Core
    Dayna organised everything on our behalf. We only had to provide information
  • Shane Coleman
    She was very good and kept me inform with what was going on.
  • Jessie Schleibs
    I was a first time home buyer and Dayna made the process smooth and stress less
  • Robyn Glew
    Very impressed with service provided and the time taken to help get the best outcome for me.
  • Guy Hayward, NT
    Great customer service. Nothing was too hard.
  • Danilo Mayor
    Dayna, we want to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support and guidance through the home loan process, Thank you for making everything become a reality.
  • Julie Davis, NT
    Dayna is a font of information and is always extremely helpful. Dayna's communications skills are excellent.
  • Patricia, QLD
    I thought I was going to lose the property I wanted to purchase but Dayna was brilliant at trying to get me a loan and managed to, she didn't give up
  • Shivani, NSW
    Very good customer service, easy to communicate and easily approachable. Absolutely maintaining the relationship and will continue to engage in all finance and real-estate matters
  • Marise Lombard
    Hi Dayna Thanks so much for your great service and support. I'm sure there are many women in situations like Barbara and mine who so value people like you! I will keep commending you
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