Mortgage broker servicing Capalaba, Alexandra Hills, Birkdale, Cleveland, Wellington Point and surrounding suburbs
Taking the legwork out of finding you the right loan
A broker provides a range of home loan options for buyers and provides a welcome guiding hand to help clients negotiate the complex home loan and banking environment. Brokers understand what lenders are looking for and provide a service to clients, answering all the questions that are bound to crop up in the course of a property transaction.
Customer service with a long-term focus
Mortgage brokers are around for the next move, the top up, the investment property and so on, long after the first deal settles. The relationship can continue into the future - no surprises or new introductions, there is always ongoing advice and service is all part of the deal.
Client focused solutions
Having been in the Industry for over 15 years, I can assist you with anything to do with residential property finance for first home buyers, investors, upgrades and refinancing. My finance expertise will provide you with that trusted guiding hand through loan structures,ensuring your goals are achieved. My results and existing clients are my best recommendation.
I welcome my clients to discuss my credentials and suitability prior to embarking on the finance journey.
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