About Jamie Maclennan
Buying a home is typically the most expensive purchase you will ever make. My primary goal is to assist clients in making that process as simple and as stress-free as possible. My clients get value in the relationships I have with the banks & lenders being able to get the right solution for their needs.
Everyone's situation is different - so taking it to the lender that best suits your specific needs is crucial, and often makes all the difference. We don't just look at your current everyday lender - we look at all the options and make sure that the option we put forward to you - best meets your needs.
I have been in the Finance Industry for over 8 years and have used my enthusiasm for the New Zealand Property Market to excel in the Property Finance Industry.
Whether it is your First Home, Investment Property, Holiday Home, or you simply want to check the market and review other lenders - feel free to get in touch. As a Homeowner and Property Investor - I have been through the process enough times to help you through what can sometimes be a tricky process.
Born and raised in Northland with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Canterbury University. Now residing in Auckland where I run my business from. Outside of work I enjoy playing golf, surfing & running.
Feel free to give me an email, call, or text. Happy to help.
Warm up this winter: Banks announce energy efficiency improvement home loans
Want a warmer, drier home and save money on energy bills? Thanks to two exciting initiatives from the banks, that aspiration could be within reach. Both ANZ and Westpac have announced plans to offer no-interest or low-interest loans to customers looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency.
Property market returning to equilibrium
After the property market boomed in 2021 and started cooling in the first half of 2022, it now appears to have stabilised, according to realestate.co.nz. The data is also telling a much more positive story than the doom-and-gloom headlines might suggest.
New law aims to stop consumers being ripped off
The government has introduced a new regulatory regime to govern conduct in the financial sector. Under the new regime, the authorities will be able to ban or regulate certain sales incentives. Also, banks will have to maintain effective policies to ensure customers are treated fairly.