About Sue Ann Corby

As a Finance Manager, I realise the importance of getting your finance approved within a specific time frame, so you can proceed with the exchange and settlement of your new purchase. Whether your purchase is for your own home or an investment property, I understand that obtaining the right loan that suits your circumstances is equally as important as getting the loan ready on time.

For the past 23 years, I have focused my finance career around the property market, working in conjunction with experienced real estate businesses and individual agents and combining efforts with your solicitor or conveyancer, I understand the requirements and urgency needed to make your dream purchase or investment property expansion a hassle free experience. I will also provide you with additional knowledge and tips that can assist the ongoing management of your loans, so you can get the most out of your chosen products.

I grew up on the Gold Coast and for the past 23 years have been heavily involved in the banking and finance industry, working as a Bank Manager at Westpac, managing a team of personal, home and business finance specialists, customer service is my passion.

Sue-Ann looks to assist clients, not just to obtain the most suitable lending options and structures, but to also provide you with a personalised service within the complicated home loan and investment market.

I operate with a personal commitment to reliability, responsiveness and genuine respect for all of my clients.

I can help with:

  • Home Loans
  • Investment Loans
  • Business Loans
  • Equipment Loans
  • Car Loans
  • Commercial Loans
  • Construction Loans
  • Insurance
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Latest News

  1. Are you a winner in this year's budget?

    The 2021-22 budget has now been released. There’s a lot of talk and I want to help break down the key initiatives targeting home ownership which could help you get into the property market sooner.

  2. Refinancing Your Home Loan - What You Need To Know

    Refinancing your home loan doesn't have to be complicated.

  3. Keep Room In Your Budget For Home Loan Fees

    When you’re planning for a mortgage it can be easy to only focus on the biggest expense - the value of the property.