Your local Mortgage Advisers

We have significant experience in the financial services industry which has included senior lending and leadership roles.

We have helped many New Zealanders into their first home, climb the investment property ladder, grow their business, and purchase commercial property.

We are absolutely committed to making the complex become easy and give you access to a range of lenders to provide the most competitive deal that meets your specific needs.

Working within the finance industry at senior levels means we understand how and what lenders require to make a deal work.

Being based in Christchurch, Canterbury is our obvious home, however we have contacts and extensive experience across the South Island so wherever in the South Island you are based or wanting to do business we are here to help - so give us a call!

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