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.

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Testimonials

  • Gemma & Hamish
    Nick thank you so much for your assistance with buying our first house together, your persistence with the banks, and knowledge of the industry really paid off and we wouldn’t have been able to achieve the outcome we did without you. We will definitely be using your services and recommending you to others in the future.
  • Harriet Read
    Nick was the most amazing broker ever! I felt I like I was in safe experienced hands and he wanted the best for me. He also negotiated with the bank and I was so happy with his outcome
  • Michaela Lui
    Very Friendly and approachable. Felt like we could trust him. Very professional and his team were quick and accessible to answer any questions. They all made this experience stress free.
  • Suzanne Matthews
    Nick went above and beyond, contactable on a Sunday, coming to my workplace and always wonderfully clear (& calm) about all financial aspects of trying to sort a mortgage, while Viv in office was another great support
  • Arthur
    It was my first time experience in using a mortgage broker and actually, it was my first house in NZ. Thanks to Nick’s advice I have found the purchase process very easy and smooth. I would definitely recommend Nick to friends of mine
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Latest News

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.