Home Finance Manager servicing Bayswater, Ferntree Gully and Wantirna areas.


How Jacob can help you

Whether you’re buying your first property, or your fifth, Jacob will guide you through the ever-changing mortgage market. His job is to make sure you have a formal pre-approval in place so that you can go ahead and purchase your new property. Jacob will not only find you the right home loan, he’ll also navigate you through the whole application process, dealing with the lender and paperwork along the way.

Why Jacob is the right choice

Jacob not only keeps up-to-date with adjustments in lending, he’s also across changes in the local real estate market. His background in banking gives him an advantage when dealing with lenders because he knows what they need. His partnership with Ray White Bayswater opens up a wealth of knowledge and expertise when it comes to buying and selling in the area.



Testimonials

  • Cameron Gray
    Home Loan
    He was extremely easy to deal with
  • Nicholas Jook
    Home Loan
    Clear explanation and easy to understand
  • Duc Nguyen
    Home Loan
    Friendly and helpful staffs
  • Bianca Dabernig
    Home Loan
    Jacob is very clear in explaining everything so I understand, Plus just the professionalism in the way he runs his business.
  • Chloe Noon
    Home Loan
    Jacob explained everything to us very clearly and was very happy to repeat things we did't understand. He took his time and made everything very easy for us, which was a huge relief as we were first homebuyers.
  • Casey Mcdonald
    Home Loan
    Very professional, resourceful, follows up his clients well. Goes above and beyond to always updates his clients though out the process. Always happy to answer a question regardless of the time or day
  • Sharanya Athithan
    Home Loan
    Jacob was very easy to deal with and explained the entire process well. He was also very approachable, even for questions which were not even strictly in his domain.
  • Kavita Bhoir
    Home Loan
    Jacob Has been very Helpful in every way possible. he was very patient and ensured all are needs were met. always took time to listen and understand our wants and needs. The Service provided by Jacob was consistent. was always ready to help. Very Friendly.
  • Jenny Bolch
    Home Loan
    Fast and efficient service, very knowledgeable
  • Ge Wenhua
    Home Loan
    very professional and details focus
  • Maria Bond
    Home Loan
    Absolutely excellent service, Jacob made the whole process so simple and easy
  • Chris Suckling
    Home Loan
    Super helpful and made the process very easy!
  • Denise Munt
    Home Loan
    He is very understanding of individual circumstances and works hard for his client.
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