Mortgage Broker servicing Dandenong, Berwick, Cranbourne and surrounding suburbs
With interest rates at historical lows and competition between lenders being fierce, it can be an opportune time to re-examine your current lender’s offering.
The Self Employed Borrower
Unlike a PAYG employee who generally only have to provide a couple of pay slips a self-employed borrower has to provide more detailed paper work. This includes up to date tax returns and business financials for at least for 2 full financial years, although there are a couple of lenders who will accept one year financials.
SMSF – Self Managed Super Fund.
This specialised lending is used to purchase residential or commercial property using your SMSF structure. Again this type of lending has its own lending criteria.
Get your next business loan quick and easy. You’ve got big plans. Maybe you want to buy extra stock for your business, need an injection of cash to pay down debt, or your thinking about finally buying that new car you had your eye on. Just one problem—you’re not sure you qualify for a loan from a traditional lender. You don’t have time to wait—you need the cash. Now!
First Home Buyer
As a First Home Buyer, it can be an exciting but also a stressful time. One way to make the process less stressful is to use an experienced mortgage broker. Going to your local bank may not be the best course of action. Their goal is to promote their limited range of products and their company.
Utility bills blowing-out? Compare, Switch and Save with Home Now
Did you know that 3 out of 4 Australians are on the wrong energy plan and are paying too much? With so many utility providers touting different offers it can be confusing and time consuming to compare providers for electricity, gas and internet by yourself.
Getting set for 2019
Yes, February is already here and saying ‘Happy New Year’ is done for now. So if you haven’t had a long hard look at your finances it’s time to get cracking and make sure you’re heading to where you want to be.
Rates are moving. What are your options?
The last major Australian bank has just increased its rates putting its owner occupiers on principal and interest up 0.12% and interest only rates up 0.16%. What will happen next?