Mortgage Broker in Ferntree Gully, Mitcham, Mt Evelyn, Croydon and surrounding suburbs
My role as a mortgage broker is to take the stress out of finding the right home loan and help my clients to understand the home loan process. As I work closely with real estate agents, I understand the pressures involved with buying and selling property, and have the finance knowledge and experience to guide you through from beginning to end.
In addition I can provide you with insightful data on any properties you are interested in to help ensure you purchase the right property at the right price. We will also look at your long term goals so that the right structure is set up with these goals in mind and for future wealth creation.
Getting your home loan sorted out early can ensure you are in the best position to negotiate for your home on your own terms.
As a property investor myself, I understand how important it is to have not only the right loan, but more importantly the right structure, to suit your situation and ensure you have a fantastic end result from your investment.
Many Australians enjoy the freedom of working for themselves, but being self-employed means time is of the essence, not to mention the challenge of keeping up with the paperwork of running your own business.
Shares, cash, real estate and record low interest rates.
We’ve not seen interest rates at this level since the 1950s, so what are the opportunities and pitfalls that come with a cash rate at one percent for everyday investors? Low interest rates represent benefits in some investment categories, and hurdles in others. So how do you make low rates work for you? Understanding what avenues are available to invest in, in today’s environment is a topic I constantly discuss with clients and finance industry peers.
Selling this Spring? You only have eight minutes to make an impression.
A recent study has revealed that it takes only eight minutes on average for home hunters to decide whether or not to buy a particular property. That’s swift! Even more-so if you consider that buying a home is the single biggest purchase a person will make in their lifetime. So if you’re selling your house this spring, you’ll want to leave the best impression on potential buyers to increase competition and give you a better chance of achieving a premium price for your property.
Market begins recovery, but borrowers are being caught unawares.
“We’re very confident the housing market has bottomed,” proclaimed Australia’s largest property developer last week. But loans are still an issue, needlessly. Make sure your spring buyer clients are prepared sooner rather than later.