Your mortgage advisers in Auckland
Since becoming a mortgage broker in 2002, I have written $1 Billion in home loans for my clients, and am considered one of the most experienced mortgage brokers within Auckland, New Zealand as a whole, and Loan Market Australasia.
I pride myself in exceeding customer expectations. I work on the principle that if I manage the detail then it simplifies the experience for you, I’ll communicate with you on time, every time then your property transaction becomes the pleasurable new project it should be.
Home loans in Auckland
We take the time to explain the full process, from application to settlement. We do most of the legwork for you, leaving you to simply review and sign.
To be a successful investor and build wealth through a property portfolio, it’s important that your investment loans are structured properly.
Self employed borrowers
Many New Zealanders enjoy the freedom of working for themselves, but being self-employed means time is tight, with the extra challenge of keeping up with the paperwork of running your own business.
Buying with family and friends: what you need to know
Getting on that first rung of the property ladder is more a giant leap than a small step for many young first home buyers. It's no wonder that many Kiwis wanting to get ahead are considering buying a house with friends and family. However, before jumping in, it's essential to have your eyes wide open.
Six easy ways to add value to your home this spring
For many Kiwis, weeks spent in lockdown staring at the same four walls has highlighted an urgent need for a refresh. And the arrival of spring is the perfect time to crack on with sprucing up your home. Here we share six easy ways to rejuvenate your home décor.
Interest rates: Is now the time to fix or float?
With mortgage rates already increasing, many clients have asked us whether now is the time to fix their home loans. Everyone’s situation is different. So before making a decision, it’s essential to get expert advice from your Loan Market adviser. And to help you prepare for the discussion, here are some general pros and cons of fixed and floating mortgages.