WA customer wins $5,000 holiday

Loan Market and Ray White Concierge, in partnership with Allianz gave one lucky customer a chance to win a $5,000 holiday and the winners story is the perfect example of the Loan Market and Ray White families supporting customers together (ahh those feels!).

The lucky winner of the $5,000 holiday had the stars align in their favour. Thanh Van (Andrew) Le and Thi My Duyen Le from Western Australia were referred to Concierge by their long term Loan Market mortgage broker Greg La Brash and has also purchased their new home through Sean Durham from Ray White Whiteman & Associates.

The winners story.
Greg started his relationship with Andrew and Thi My when he organised their first home loan in June 2015. The couple remained a client of Greg’s and used his services again to arrange a debt consolidation in 2018 so they could get ahead to purchase another home. 

When it came time to turn their first home into an investment property and buy the home they wanted to live in, Andrew and Thi My’s borrowing capacity was tight and looking like they weren’t going to be approved. However the couples luck quickly turned around when Andrew was approached by his boss to apply for a new position and within days Andrew was promoted with a salary increase! This changed the application and they were given the green light!  

Greg was able to arrange the couples new loan through St George bank which had a promotion of receiving a $1,000 rebate. The day after Andrew called Greg so excited that he had received his rebate, Greg was able to tell Andrew that he had also won a $5,000 holiday. Andrew could not believe his luck. 

Our Concierge CEO Kelly Tatlow presented the award alongside their broker Greg, Loan Market State Leader Western Australian Ken Maclennan, Ray White agent Sean Durham and Ray White CEO for Western Australia, Mark Whiteman at the Ray White and Loan Market Corporate Office in WA.

The competition was open to Loan Market and Ray White clients only and as part of the campaign Concierge also donated $5,000 to Orange Sky Laundry Australia who help less fortunate homeless community members across the country.