Mortgage Broker in Drummoyne, Abbotsford and Wetherill park
My service is fully mobile and I will meet you at a time most convenient for you. The majority of my customers are based in western Sydney, around Drummoyne, Five Dock, Abbotsford, Russell Lea, Wetherill Park, Bossley Park, Edensor Park, Abbotsbury, Smithfiled and Bonny Rigg.
Working in the Drummoyne area, where homes and investment properties tend to be in a higher price bracket, I have experience in larger home loans and negotiating at least a 1% discount off the standard variable rate is a common exercise for me. Allow me to find out if I can secure you a more competitive finance package than what your bank has on offer.
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