Mortgage Adviser Auckland wide.
With hundreds of products to choose from, a qualified mortgage adviser can help you make the right choice. Along with our recent award of achieving Top 10 in New Zealand across all mortgage businesses for the third year running, together the team at Loan Market Howick have more than 50 years of banking and lending experience. Whether you are buying your first property or building up your property portfolio Loan Market Howick can answer your questions and help you find the right finance deal for you.
First Home Buyers
Are you finding the whole purchasing process a bit daunting? Are you looking for clear, professional advice, which is in your best interest? I would love to be able to assist you in purchasing your first home. I love helping people and assisting them into their first homes.
Are you disgruntled with your bank? Is your bank no longer competitive? Our team at Highland Park can make the process of refinancing your home loan very smooth and seamless.
Would you prefer to utilise other people’s money to grow your own portfolio? Would you like to know how to best structure your mortgages to protect your portfolio?
Are you having difficulty obtaining mortgage loans as a self-employed person? Does it feel like the person you are dealing with does not understand your personal situation?
Read some testimonials from my valued customers.
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.