About Brent Findlay
Life is short. Don’t waste it:
Drowning in paperwork, scouring the internet for all your options, comparing interest rates, wondering if you have the best deal, best loan structure, best rates, best protection?
Your time is precious.
Let me do the hard work.
I've helped 100's of hard working kiwis into their own homes, businesses and investment properties. I've saved them 1000's of hours in research and comparison and $100,000's of dollars in interest.
I work with first home buyers, 2nd (3rd, 4th) time buyers, investors, business owners and self employed.
We can meet in person, over the phone or virtually, whichever suits you and your lifestyle. We will go through your financial goals, translate them into an application for finance and get you approved to achieve your goals.
I'd love to help you, for more information get in touch or give me a call.
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All you need to know about renting to university students
Renting to students often gets a bad rap. The stereotype of noisy parties and student loans spent on entertainment rather than rent has put off many landlords. However, it can be lucrative and is worth considering if you already own a rental near a university or are looking at locations for your next investment.
The best way to get a home loan
Memo to prospective home buyers: if you have a weakness for expensive shoes or Uber Eats, you could be impacting your hopes of gaining a home loan. The array of recently introduced challenges has made securing a home loan even more difficult and mortgage advisers may now be the best way to tackle NZ's hugely complex home loan scenarios.
The Truth about Turnkey Properties
Purchasing a turnkey property can seem like the answer to all your prayers for first home buyers and investors. Brand new, ultra-modern and at a fixed price, what’s not to like? The Reserve Bank seems to agree, and current LVR (Loan to Value Ratio) restrictions do not apply to new homes. Turnkey homes are undoubtedly an excellent option for many. And while there are plenty of upsides, there are also some downsides. Here we provide an overview of what you need to know.