Your local Mortgage Adviser
Craig Pope is one of NZ’s top Mortgage Advisers with over 20 years financial services experience and a proven track record for helping people reach their property goals. Advice is available 7 days a week.
Arranging mortgage finance for residential and commercial property. Home buying and mortgage structure advice.
We also provide free online property valuation reports for our customers.
First Home Buyers
We have access to low deposit options and will help you navigate through the complex home buying process.
As investors ourselves we will help you strategically leverage and purchase investment property, whether its your first or 20th!
Self Employed/Adverse Credit/Non-Bank
If your situation is a little complex due to credit history, income proof or otherwise, we have a range of options to help!
Want to review your current mortgage and/or purchase a rental or upgrade? We can help! That can also include reviewing if your bank has too much security.
Commercial & Business Finance
Looking to buy a business or commercial property, we have the expertise and lender to help providing options.
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.