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:

Testimonials

  • Terry Coopman
    "Kia ora team, Just want to say a huge thank you to Carie for her hard work in helping me get out of a tough spot. My house was on the verge of a mortgage sale, Banks wouldn't help me at remortgaging my house and i was at the end of what i thought was the worst scenario ever. Single parent, three kids, mortgage, bills, more bills and very little income, and the banks had all said no. I went to Carie as she got me and my ex our first home loan and within mins of my interview she had calculated and worked out that what i earnt, was enough to remortgage my house. Be honest and open with her and you will get maximum results. This lady is a magician with money solving and a master of her trade and i recommend anyone who is in my shoes to her. Thank you again Carie."
  • Ruth Muller
    "Carie was amazing, so knowledgeable, so professional and so nice. We started when I was overseas and there were a lots of bumps along the way, but nothing phased her. She always made everything seem so easy and got the best results for us, even helping to resolve things that were outside her remit and putting me onto other contacts I needed. It felt like she really cared about me as a person. I honestly don't know how I could have done this without her."
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