Your local Mortgage Adviser in Christchurch
My goal is to assist you obtain finance for your first home, subsequent home, or investment property. I will look for the best option in the marketplace to meet your situation and requirements.
My aim is to make this an enjoyable, stress-free experience. I love what I do and will endeavour to provide you with great customer service and an outcome that meets your needs.
With almost 20 years in the banking/lending industry, I can provide you with a wealth of knowledge and experience. I have been working in this industry for four and a half years, and obtained my mortgage adviser qualification in 2018.
Out of work I am married with two grown daughters. I enjoy regular gym sessions and zumba classes.
First Home Buyers
I can help you negotiate the steps of getting into your first home by assisting you with sorting finance, KiwiSaver eligibility and Home Start Grant. I will strive to obtain the best deal for you.
Upgrading or Downsizing your home? – I can help you to negotiate the steps in moving your family into a bigger home or if the family have left – downsizing – I will assist you with sorting finance and getting the best interest rates and loan structure to suit your needs.
Debt Consolidation Loans
Looking to consolidate your existing consumer debt? I work with various lenders to enhance your savings capacity towards a first home, or make your servicing of your debt more manageable when looking at taking on a mortgage.
It may be a new car, furniture for your new home, or a holiday away – I work with various lenders that can assist you to make this happen.
Why this could be a great market for long-term property investors
Property prices are falling and interest rates are rising, so you might be wondering: is this a good time to invest in property? The answer is definitely no for some people. But for others, now might be the perfect time to buy an investment property.
New housing intensification rules about to take effect
From August, councils in the greater urban areas of Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Rotorua Lakes will have to apply new medium-density residential standards to most of their housing stock. So what are these new rules, why have they been introduced and what will they mean for home owners?
House prices fall 0.9% over the quarter
New Zealand’s national median house price has recorded the biggest quarterly decline since 2010. There are two main reasons why prices are going backwards in much of the country.