Mortgage Broker in Redcliffe, Clontarf, Kippa-Ring and surrounding suburbs
I have over 15 years customer service background with the last 6 of those years as a mortgage broker. This allows me to work with my clients in a relaxed manner so they feel comfortable with the home loan process. By doing this you will achieve the goals you are looking to achieve today and in the future. It is important to work with a professional mortgage broker who maintains solid relationships with lenders so that you can be looked after whilst going through the home loan application process and beyond.
I like to work with people from all kinds of backgrounds and professions. Some of my clients have been self-employed, nurses, doctors, brick layers, carpenters, real estate agents and bank employees (really!). My goal is to achieve a great result for you, no matter who you are.
Buying an investment property is a great step, but you need to know that you are working with someone who has the professional experience of assisting hundreds of other property investors to successfully secure good investment loan packages.
Low doc loans do still exist and can be used when the client is not able to provide the mountains of paperwork the bank requires to consider the client as a full document loan.
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