Greater Springfield Finance Specialists

Trusted advisers

If you're looking for a home, business, car or equipment loan, Loan Market Greater Springfield can guide you through the ever-changing lending market. 

Our team works hard to understand your needs and find the right solution through one of many accessible panel lenders. 

An Award-Winning Business

The team at Loan Market Greater Springfield were named the Best Community Engagement Program at the 2017, 2018 & 2019 at the Queensland Better Business Awards. 

We have also received awards from the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia Awards for Community Champion Award both in Qld in 2016 & 2019 and also taking home the National Award in 2016.

They are all local residents and not only know the banking environment, they also have a wealth of knowledge of the region and its real estate markets. 

So, if you're looking for a new home, new car or just a better deal call or email today - greaterspringfield@loanmarket.com.au or call 1800 787 909

What is a Mortgage Broker?

A mortgage broker is a trusted professional who is an expert in lending, and offers a one-stop-shop for all your financial and lifestyle needs. Whether it’s a home loan, personal loan, car loan or a commercial or business loan, a mortgage broker can guide you through the process. We’ll do the research, identify the most suitable loan option and find you the most appropriate outcome to suit your personal circumstances. A Loan Market mortgage broker works for you, not for the banks.

Testimonials

  • Christie & Peter D. - Regency Downs Qld
    We were so impressed by the service we received, you made the whole process as easy as possible and kept us informed the whole way. We would recommend Loan Market to anyone wanting a home loan.
  • Catherine & Dean N. - Mount Cotton Qld
    Your advice has shown myself and my wife the way to pay and run our loan. You kept in constant contact with us and our solicitor. Your customer service and communication are second to none.
  • Lisa D & Greg H. - Collingwood Park Qld
    You cleared the confusion, made the whole process straight forward and helped it to run smoothly. You helped us find the loan that suited us without any difficulty.
  • Stephanie & Owen T. - Mango Hill Qld
    10 out of 10! You were extremely helpful, nothing was a problem. At no time did you make us feel like we were putting you out. Our appointments were always easy and uncomplicated. You made it all seem so easy and stress free.
  • Leanne C & Adrian P - Forest Lake Qld
    You were able to help us acquire the loan that others had not been able to.
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