Your Mortgage Broker in Brisbane Southside, Logan and the Gold Coast
I have been in the Banking & Finance industry for 35 years. Which means, I have been in finance longer, than the age of most bank managers. I have worked for a number of financial institutions, and have held the positions of Branch Manager, Lending Manager, Area Manager, and State Manager among others. For the last 18 years I have been a broker with Loan Market, and in that time have organised in excess of $200 million in home loans. I have dealt with over 1,000 clients. I am proud to say that I have never received a complaint from any of my clients. I have been an Elite Broker for a number of years, and have won an MFAA Excellence Award. So not only am I a qualified, and experienced professional, I also have a very proud record in the industry.
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.
Buying your home can be an exciting yet overwhelming experience, not to mention a big financial commitment. When you look for a home loan, consider the size & type of the loan, the deposit you have and the type of property you want to buy.
Investment loans vary depending on what you are looking to achieve, and can be either very simple (like your standard home loan), or something more complex that helps you to make effective use of tax, gearing and repayments.
Utility bills blowing-out? Compare, Switch and Save with Home Now
Did you know that 3 out of 4 Australians are on the wrong energy plan and are paying too much? With so many utility providers touting different offers it can be confusing and time consuming to compare providers for electricity, gas and internet by yourself.
Getting set for 2019
Yes, February is already here and saying ‘Happy New Year’ is done for now. So if you haven’t had a long hard look at your finances it’s time to get cracking and make sure you’re heading to where you want to be.
Rates are moving. What are your options?
The last major Australian bank has just increased its rates putting its owner occupiers on principal and interest up 0.12% and interest only rates up 0.16%. What will happen next?