Your local Mortgage Broker in Coorparoo, Camp Hill, Norman Park, Carina, Brisbane and surrounding suburbs
Whether you’re purchasing your first home, refinancing your home loan, or an experienced property investor, attaining finance can be a stressful time. With so many banks and lenders available, it is hard to know what is best for your individual situation and often harder to find the time to work through the details.
This is where I come in.
As a Finance Specialist with Loan Market I have access to over 800 loan products from over 30 banks and lenders. From the ‘big four banks’ that you know to smaller boutique banks, I am confident my product range will fit your needs. The strong relationships I have built with these lenders allows me to source the best loan for you and your family, negotiate terms on your behalf and get the loan secured in the fastest possible time.
I make it my duty to manage the loan application from submission right through to settlement, so there is no need for you to deal directly with the lender. This will simplify the process and save you time.
I provide a fresh approach to finance. I am proud that I can offer a genuine alternative to the bank by educating and empowering you with more choice and providing a personalised service along the way.
There is no cost for my service. I am paid by the lending institution you choose.
Buying your home can be an exciting yet overwhelming experience, not to mention a big financial commitment. My job is to help you choose the right loan to suit your circumstances.
Whether you are a first time investor or have a significant portfolio, I will work closely with you, your Financial Planner and your Accountant to understand your property investment strategy and ensure you have the right investment loan in place.
Self employed borrowers
It can be hard obtaining finance when you are self-employed. Banks often want evidence of a long, successful business history which can in some circumstances be difficult to provide.This is where I can help.
This is in your interest
A certain “set and forget” mentality slips in with mortgages. Money leaves your account to nibble on your mortgage. Meanwhile, you get on with other things. But here’s the question — if you have an interest only mortgage (IO) when does it switch to principal and interest (P&I)?
The challenges facing residential prices
After five years of stunning price growth, Australian residential property prices have just fallen for the eleventh month in a row according to a recent report from Core Logic.
Royal Commission revelations: who do I work for?
Last Friday, Commissioner Kenneth Hayne released his interim report into the Banking and Finance industry which, at this stage, raises more questions than answers. The final report is due out in February, 2019 however with all the media commentary over the weekend, I thought I’d take the opportunity to highlight a few things that as your broker, I am particularly proud of in the wake of all this turmoil.