Your local mortgage broker in the Southern Highlands and Southern Tablelands
Whether you’re a first home buyer, refinancing or an astute property investor in the Southern Highland or Southern Tablelands, you will be provide with attentive personal service and expert advice every step of the way. This is our point of difference and my commitment to you, my client.
This means you are provided with the flexibility, choice and the most effective options to meet your needs. With over 35+ Lenders to choose from, there are now greater choices than with the traditional shop front Bank
Did you know over 50% of all Australian Borrowers choose a Broker over a Bank?
However, did you also know that many of the big mortgage brokers in Australia are owned by the banks? Loan Market is not owned by a bank. We have been family-owned for 23 years (and counting), and providing you with personal service is what makes us stand out from the rest.
Being apart of the Loan Market Family means that you are provided with complete, transparent and unbiased advise here in the Southern Highlands, Southern Tablelands and Greater NSW.
You can get a leg-up on other buyers and shop for your new home with confidence if you've been pre-approved for a home loan.
First Home Buyers
"Buying your first home is an exciting experience, but there is a lot to think about."
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I have access to home loans from a wide panel of major banks and secure lenders, and truly understand home finance in a real estate context.
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Not owned by a bank, family-owned for 23 years (and counting).
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Rates are rising, but who will join the party?
Westpac has broken the rate rise stalemate between the Big4 when it decided to raise home loan interest rates. With the official cash rate staying put by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and 3 of the Big4 now with a rate rise in play, who else will play copy cat and hike up their rates too?
Homeloans profit up as more brokers turn to non-bank lenders
Non-bank lender Homeloans says more mortgage brokers are sending business its way because more of their customers are asking about alternatives to the big four banks