Mortgage broker in Sydney

Entering into the world of finance to purchase a new home or refinance an existing property can be a daunting and time consuming task.

Having been in the property and finance industry for several years, I pride myself in providing premium, efficient and fast service enabling you to achieve your dreams quickly and stress free.

With access to a large panel of lenders, I can find the right solution and save you time and money from contacting numerous banks and financial institutions.


  • Paul from McGraths Hill
    Investment Loan
    I was introduced to Linda as a person who may be able to arrange finance for my impending purchase at comparable rates to that of a bank. I was somewhat hesitant to break away from my traditional trusted finance source but as time was short I thought I will try. Linda had me at Hello, then exceeded my expectations of what a broker could do. Day or night she was available, hunting down the best deal and tweaking little aspects to make the finance more comfortable to me. Linda in a most professional manor handled all my little melt downs and "what if" dilemmas. To anyone out there considering using a Finance Brokerage, give Linda at Loan Market a try, it won't cost you and you may be very surprised what an independent can do!
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