Loan Market Mortgage Broker servicing Greater Brisbane Region: Redlands, Mango Hill, Rochedale
Victoria has over 12 years’ industry experience and will work as an intermediary between you and the lender to show you exactly how much you can borrow with whom and for what property. Coupled with access to over 1000 products across Loan Market’s panel of 30+ lenders, Victoria is well equipped to assist you with all your finance needs.
Contact Victoria today to request a review of your current finances in order to put you in a better position to build or buy. A thorough check of your current financial situation will ensure you’re getting the right deal for your circumstances.
Construction loans allows the borrower to drawdown the loan, or increase the loan amount, as needed to pay for the construction progress payments for each stage of the build.
An investment loan is a mortgage that allows the borrower to buy an investment property. It is a mortgage solution for those who want to buy a property and rent it out to receive income.
Refinancing gives the borrowers a range of options such as consolidating existing loans, accessing extra funds, or negotiating a better rate or package.
Homes Loans are provided by banks and other financial lenders that enable the borrower to fund the purchase of their home.
Negative gearing, capital gains and a possible Labor victory
With the recent leadership spill - many questions have been raised. What does it mean for Australians and the housing market? Two things come to mind…
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?
Bank or broker? Who should help you with your loan.
While there’s a lot to know when it comes to getting competitive, hassle-free advice on a loan, the question remains do you go with your bank or a mortgage broker?