Your Loan Market Mortgage adviser in Whangarei
How would you like your own advocate? A mortgage adviser who knows how the banks work, from the inside? Someone with over 12 years of working with people like you? A Whangarei local whose family has been here since the 1880s? Someone who goes in to bat for you and plays like they are doing it for their own family?
Yes? Well you've come to the right place! See below the loans I specialise in:
Buying a home can be a very stressful process and I'm here to help. I will take the time to walk you through the process step by step from application to settlement, keeping you informed along the way.
Buying your first, second or third rental property? Building your property portfolio? It's important to make sure you have the right loan structure.
Running your own business while buying a home or refinancing your mortgage can prove challenging. This is where I come in, I can make the process simple for you while getting the job done.
Too many short-term debts? We can look to consolidate them all into one loan and look to reduce your repayments
First Home Buyer
Talk to me and let's explore your options: from seeing if you are eligible for a Government Grant under the Welcome Home Loan, to helping boost your deposit, and finding the right Bank to say YES.
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