Mortgage & Finance Broker - Tweed Coast & Southern Gold Coast
Why should you use a finance broker?
A finance broker can navigate the minefield that is the Lending industry today – there are dozens of Lenders and literally hundreds of loan products, and in the current climate the lending criteria can change almost daily! The client doesn’t have to pay a fee for this service (as brokers are paid by the chosen Lender) and the best part is that the broker will do most of the annoying paperwork!
I can assist you with the following:
- First Home Buyers
- Investment Loans
- Business Loans
- Commercial Lending
- Asset Finance
- Car Loans & Personal Loans.
- Bridging Finance
- Family Guarantee Loans
- Reverse Mortgages
- Aged Care Loans
First Home Buyers
Ask about my complimentary planning session to help first home buyers save for their first home.
I can assess your current situation to see if your existing loan is still right for you, or if you could save by “switching” it.
Whether you’re new to investing or looking to add to your portfolio, I will save you time and provide you with options to maximise your investment return.
Instead of just accepting the finance solution offered by your dealership or bank, did you know you could save money by shopping around?
I'll do the legwork for you to compare loans from across 30 lenders, leaving you free to focus on your business.
What does it mean for you?
With tax cuts brought forward, you could see some cash back in your pocket. Want to know what other benefits the 2020-21 budget has in store?
Five things your clients need to know about the 2020-21 budget
Get the low down of the 2020-21 budget, what it means for your clients and how I can help.
Why so many Australians are building rather than buying in 2020
There’s a land rush happening across Australia bolster by grants and incentives, and premium house prices. Lofty property prices - thanks to general scarcity of stock and buyers making the most of low interest rates - and a raft of compelling building and first home buyer incentives have turned the tide on the types of property people are buying in 2020.