A mortgage broker with a difference

Lyndal Linkin is a mortgage broker with a talent for making property dreams come true by launching lucrative property portfolios for investors.

Lyndal works with motivated people across Melbourne's eastern suburbs to build their wealth potential through property. She empowers her clients and helps them transform their financial goals into reality, through leveraging her extensive experience across real estate, finance and accounting.

As well as being a mortgage broker, Lyndal offers more than a decade of corporate accounting and financial services' experience, resulting in a distinctly unique end-to-end service. She's an associate member of CPA, a member of the REIV and the MFAA.


Why use a mortgage broker?

Testimonials

  • Luke & Emma Walton
    First Home Buyer
    Lyndal answered all our questions easily, she is extremely knowledgeable, professional and friendly. She left us feeling confident and clear about the whole process, what package would suit us best and what we could reasonably afford. She even took time to talk to us about what suburbs would suit our requirements... It was great having Lyndal to leave us feeling calm and confident that any problems would be easily taken care of.
  • Andrew Casey
    In the end Lyndal was able to secure finance for me through a bank and with an interest rate that makes the project even more feasible and manageable. Lyndal has provided an outcome which at one point I didn’t think would be achievable. This outcome will now provide myself and my family with much increased equity and the opportunity to further secure and leverage other property investments and developments in the future... I am sincerely grateful Lyndal for your professionalism and commitment throughout the application process and for your sense of humour along the way, which made the journey much more bearable.
  • Kathy and Peter Bollen
    Refinancing
    Not only did we save more than $4000 a year in interest we also gained access to funds to renovate our kitchen, pay out our high interest credit card and keep some for a rainy day. It is now much easier to manage a single loan and our lower monthly repayments means we have a more enjoyable lifestyle.
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