About Alastair Watson
Finance is a complicated web with heaps options, lots of hurdles, plenty of detail, stress & pressure to deliver on time frames. Our aim is to take care of all the detail (our fun stuff) so you can focus on your goals (your fun stuff). From start to finish we’ll make sure to remove the risk, manage time frames, provide recommendations & advice and make sure to get you the best possible deal from the right lender.
Our ambition is to become your lifelong bank manager. We continue to track fixed rate rollovers, offer continuous advice as your property journey evolves and cover all basis be it homes, investments and even business lending.
Everything. I’m keen to help any situation and have experience with all the different stages of the borrowing cycle from First Home Buyers to downsizers and retirees, up/down sizers, investors to business owners.
We have access to more lenders than any other Mortgage Broker in NZ which includes Kiwibank. Every lender suits your situation better than the rest, that’s where we go straight to the best recommendation so you can avoid approaching multiple banks yourself. They all differ in products, policy and pricing so access to multiple lenders is very important.
The importance of pre-approvals: All you need to know
The property boom is showing no signs of letting up any time soon. It’s super competitive out there with many vendors receiving multiple offers within just a few days of going on the market. So, if you are looking to purchase your first home or make a move, pre-approvals are essential.
Five reasons why you should use a Mortgage Adviser
With interest rates at an all-time low, there’s never been a better time to get a home loan. However, navigating your way around all the deals on offer is confusing. Loan Market’s nationwide team of more than 120 advisers can help make sense of it all. Securing over $300 million in home finance each month in New Zealand, our mortgage advisers know the market inside out.
Has The Government’s Housing Policy Changes Made A Difference?
Last week’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.