Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Tatura, Kyabram, Echuca, Cobram, Yarrawonga, Benalla, Seymour & all the areas in between
Having many years in the finance Industry allows me to cater to my client’s needs. Whether you’re a first home buyer, investor, refinancing, building a home or have credit issues - defaults/ bankrupt.
Finding the right loan can be an overwhelming experience, particularly if you have never gone through the journey before. Added to the fact that there are thousands of different loans available, from dozens of providers, it’s little wonder. Even knowing where to start can be stressful.
I am committed to providing exceptional customer service and pride myself on working closely with you to completely understand your finance requirements. Whether it’s obtaining finance for your first home, refinancing an existing home, or starting your investment portfolio faster - my first step is listening. I will ensure that the loan I recommend is suited to your individual circumstances, giving you a great chance of gaining approval the first time.
My goal is to make the process as simple as possible for you. I will make it easy to understand and ensure that you are kept informed.
I am available for after work, after hour appointments & can visit you in your home or you can visit me in the office at your convenience.
Negative gearing, capital gains and a possible Labor victory
With the recent leadership spill - many questions have been raised. What does it mean for Australians and the housing market? Two things come to mind…
Rates are rising, but who will join the party?
Westpac has broken the rate rise stalemate between the Big4 when it decided to raise home loan interest rates. With the official cash rate staying put by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and 3 of the Big4 now with a rate rise in play, who else will play copy cat and hike up their rates too?
Bank or broker? Who should help you with your loan.
While there’s a lot to know when it comes to getting competitive, hassle-free advice on a loan, the question remains do you go with your bank or a mortgage broker?