About Prateek Malhotra

We have been providing good customer service and right advice over the years and pride ourselves on our honesty, integrity, experience and product knowledge. We are accredited with all the major lenders and insurance companies, which helps us in providing competitive solutions at competitive interest rates and suitable terms and conditions.

Wed can help with the following, and so much more.  

  • First Home Loans
  • Investment Property Loans 
  • Construction loans
  • Development Finance
  • Refinancing

Publicly Available Disclosure


  • Naresh Mani, Nav and Shikha, T&P Mistry
    Home Loan
    "Excellent services and dedication towards there customers. We have used other mortgage brokers before but to deal with Mr. Prateek Malhotra we found that it was very pleasant. Prateek, you made our life a lot easier and also we would like to thank you for the effort you have done to get our home. We will be letting all our friends and family know about you and your service. Your sevice was very good, I am thankful to you because I had only one week time I was worried and I came to you and you help me approved my loan."
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Latest News

  1. Property market update: Spring surge in sales despite lockdowns

    Spring traditionally sees an uplift in the market as would-be sellers and buyers capitalise on the feel-good factor of warmer weather and longer days. The latest data from REINZ shows an increase in house sales and prices over recent months. All this as the country grapples with continued lockdowns and Covid restrictions. Here’s our analysis of the latest trends in the property market.

  2. Labour & National unite over three-storey homes without consent

    It may come as a surprise and even a shock, but Labour and National have agreed sweeping changes to housing density rules in a rare show of unity. Landowners in our biggest cities will be allowed to build up to three storeys without requiring resource consent.

  3. Mortgage stress? Four ways to pay off your mortgage faster

    Extended lockdowns and rising interest rates have resulted in mortgage stress for many Kiwis. Unlike last year’s lockdown, the government hasn’t introduced a mortgage deferral scheme this time around. If you are struggling to pay your mortgage, then talk to your Loan Market adviser. They can provide the expert help and advice you need.