After 20 years in the health profession as a Physiotherapist, I have moved into the mortgage adviser field to continue with my passion for helping others achieve their goals. I choose to become a mortgage adviser to enable me to use my personal and professional experience to give my clients the best opportunities to achieve home ownership. With well-developed communication and organisational skills, I believe in delivering a high-quality service that will give proven successful outcomes for my clients. Teaming up with my brother Bruce gives me a partner with all the experience to help offer my clients that added support. I am passionate about giving my clients a service second to none and to be available to them whenever they require assistance, to continually keep them informed throughout the loan process. As with my time playing representative rugby for both Auckland and North Harbour, I want to employ the team approach for gaining the best results for my clients and having completed Ironman 2008 I understand the dedication required to achieve a goal and the perseverance required to succeed.
I believe my background as the owner of a successful business and my personal experience in the housing industry as a home owner, buyer, builder and investor in property helps me understand the needs of Kiwi home buyers with a unique perspective of what is required to make their dreams a reality.
My passion for sport and youth has led to me spending many hours volunteering on school Boards of Trustees and also coaching managing and the administration of a number of sports, football rugby and rowing to name a few. As with my career choices this has been about providing young people with opportunity and the tools to succeed and grow. I have a passion for giving to the community and the clubs that I am involved with and have developed many friendships and business relationships through this.
In my spare time I enjoy nothing more than spending time with my wife walking or running the roads or in the bush in our beautiful city as well as following my teenage kids’ sports groups.
Nothing beats sitting down on the sideline of rugby field or the bank at Lake Karapiro watching them participate in the things they enjoy.