About Brendan Brits
Time is a valuable resource. Let me take care of the process so that you can enjoy the journey.
Lending can be mind-boggling with thousands of options, and I can advise the best arrangement to suit your current finances and future goals. It has always been about strong connections and the ability to overcome obstacles – these skills transcend ‘just transactions’ to become ongoing relationships. My clients return to me for their second, third and portfolio lending.
If you want a broker who is takes a different approach, who is pragmatic and all about you, I would love to hear from you.
First Home Buyers
Congratulations – you have started the journey already. Here is why I would make the perfect partner when sourcing your finance for your first home…
Building wealth through property investment is the easiest way Kiwis have made it onto the rich list… The difference between dealing directly with your bank and dealing with me, your broker, is that I the ability to advise you on your best course of action for your investment portfolio.
Development and Construction Finance
How much you can borrow, what interest rates apply, plus all the snags and fine print – so much depends on the details…
Is property still a good investment?
There's no doubt; many potential property investors were spooked by the government's housing policy changes announced in March. What once was a cast-iron investment option suddenly seemed less attractive. However, despite the changes to tax concessions and the bright-line test, there's little evidence that landlords are selling up in any significant numbers. So, is property still a good investment?
First home buyer stress: 5 tips to help you manage the process for a better outcome
When it comes to stressful life events, buying your first home is up there in the top ten. Here we share some tips to help you manage the process for a better outcome.
Has The Government’s Housing Policy Changes Made A Difference?
This year's Budget had little of substance concerning the property market. However, given the significant housing policy changes announced in March, it’s probably not surprising.