Your local Mortgage Adviser


With over 16 years’ experience as a mortgage adviser, I am passionate about helping clients with their lending needs. I am dedicated to achieving the best results possible for each client’s situation and working with them in a friendly and approachable manner.


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Testimonials

  • Alana Johnson
    Home Loan
    Helen is amazing, she will go above and beyond to help you with your home loan journey. If it wasn't for her, we wouldn't have our dream home. We didn't know where to start or what we were dealing with. She explained everything for me in English so I would understand, broke everything down step by step and did it with urgency. She treated us like we were her only customer so we felt like we were her number one priority all the time. We would recommend her 100 times over and we are so grateful for all her hard work and efforts.
  • Sam F
    Home Loan
    Helen (and Haylee) went above and beyond for my fiance and I. We are happily in our first home thanks to those hard work.
  • Kyla S
    Home Loan
    Helen’s commitment to help is above and beyond.
  • Sarah P
    Home Loan
    Helen is amazing & worked so hard to help us get the home we really wanted. I can highly recommend her. Her patience and calm manner combined with an extensive knowledge of her industry, helped us at a very stressful time.
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Latest News

  1. 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.

  2. 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?

  3. 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.