Mortgage Broker in Canberra & Surrounding Areas

Ideally your home loan borrowings will address your needs both now and in the future, reducing the need for costly refinancing. My goal is to ensure your loan/s are as flexible and suitable as possible based on known circumstances and goals. Circumstances do change and sometimes refinancing is clearly the only practical way forward, but it's my job and pleasure to minimise these cases.


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Testimonials

  • Eric Fairall - ACT
    Sumer provided a very professional service tailored to our individual needs and always provided us with the best financial advice and package.Very professional friendly manner provides confidence in investment opportunities
  • Paul Whittingham
    We have already recommended him to work colleagues. Sumer was always ready to spend time explaining things and he really understands his area of expertise. He made a complicated subject understandable and took us on the journey with calmness and professionalism.
  • Raymond Young
    He listens, understands and works toward your goal, not his or any company targets or approaches.
  • Cath Hilman
    Dear Sumer & Tina,It has taken me too long to send this card of thanks to you both. I am sorry life just gets a bit too busy at times! Anyway I really appreciate what you both did to help me get my loan refinanced, it was a battle I know. Lets just hope I can pay it off now!! I will keep in touch.Kind regards, Cath Hilman.
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