Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Auckland, Hamilton, Raglan, Te Awamutu, Cambridge and wider Waikato area.
Why use a Mortgage Broker?
- I will match the right loan for your goals and financial position
- We can chat at a time that is convenient to you
- No cost to you - because I’m paid by the lender that you choose
- I'll negotiate a better deal - I have access to a range of lenders willing to negotiate with special offers and discounted interest rates
- Outstanding service
Finding the right home loan can be a minefield, unless you find a very good broker to do this for you. It is very important to make sure that in discussion certain factors are established as to the client’s needs and requirements with a loan.
Building wealth through property investment can pave the way to financial freedom, if you get it right. Tailoring your loan and ownership structure to your overall investment goals is VITAL.
Purchasing property or refinancing when you are Self-Employed can be more of a challenge than for those who are employed.
The Advantage of getting Pre-Approved
There is nothing worse than finding the right home or investment property only to have someone else's offer accepted over yours because your offer had longer period for your finance clause to give you time to organise your finance.
It's easy to make your debts manageable again.
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.