Nathan Sitas is a Loan Market broker servicing you in Mount Waverley and surrounding eastern suburbs of Melbourne and beyond

I have been working in the banking and finance sector since 2003 starting my career with one of Australia's Major Banks. Over the years I have worked with various clients dealing in home loans, business finance, credit assessment and personal financial services.  I now enjoy spending my time working direct with clients and providing help and advice to people wanting to achieve their property and financial goals.

As a Loan Market Broker I'm dedicated to helping my clients find the most suitable loan products and solutions with the aim to getting APPROVED with less hassle and stress. Whether you are a first home buyer, property investor, someone who is looking to upgrade, help your kids enter the market or a small business owner, I can provide solutions to help you get ahead.

All it takes a call or message to get things underway.  I can come to you at home or work, we can meet online or in my office.  I am available in suburbs all across Melbourne including Mount Waverley, Glen Waverley, Rowville, Oakleigh, South Yarra, Caulfield, Melbourne CBD and everywhere in between.

I can also service clients in regional and interestate areas so please get in touch. 

Simply use the form to the right to contact me and begin your finance journey today!


  • Elza Stankovic
    Nathan was a pleasure to deal with and his service was excellent
  • J Green
    Investment Property Finance
    Nathan is straight to the point and honest with his information. He is prepared to meet anytime and place that suits your lifestyle time frames. I have recommended him to others and will continue to use him for his professionalism
  • Yin Lee - Carlton
    Nathan was very quick and efficient in his service. He is very polite, friendly and helpful. His research in achieving my goals is complete and unbiased.
  • Krishnan Pasupathi and Evelyn Vettivelu - Altona
    Thanks so much for your help and making this an easy experience for us, we really appreciate it!
  • Tony To - Balaclava
    Nathan revalued my investment home; finance my new home; then fixed the Bank's mistakes and incorrect paper work. Thanks to Nathan the mortgage broker. Very professional, highly recommend. Possibly picked up my phone calls 2 times a day last month (and actually responded & followed up).
  • C Siegman - Ferntree Gully
    Nathan was always prompt with answering queries and processed everything in a quick and efficient manner.
  • Dominic Ellawala
    He kept me informed the entire way and answered every query I had within 24 hours. In my book thats what customer service is all about. Ill be going to him for any other financial help I need.
  • Tessa Tavui & Will Searancke - Clyde North
    Thank you again Nathan! We really appreciate all you've done for us & look forward to the next big step, the house! :)
  • Pongsarat S - Maidstone
    Very knowledgeable and caring. Answer all my questions promptly.
  • Matt and Gabby Stern
    First Home Buyer
    Nathan was brilliant throughout the process of my wife and I buying our first home. He was very professional– yet friendly and personable. He was prompt and accessible. And he was always happy to help no matter how small the question.
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