Local Mortgage & Insurance Advisers in Christchurch
Our team at Loan Market Metro provide wealth of knowledge and over 20 years experience in helping people find the right solutions for their needs.
From home loans, investment loans and business lending through to protecting your home, income & serious illness or death, we are here to make sure the process of borrowing and obtaining insurance is as stress free as possible.
Covering all areas of Christchurch and with access to a wide range of lenders you know and trust.
Self employed borrowers
Running your own business can be stressful and tiring. You invest so much time and energy into making your business successful you are probably time short and exhausted. Having a financial adviser who can take away the stress and hassle of going through the borrowing process is invaluable
I pride myself on the service levels I provide to my clients. I take the time to add value by ensuring the service I provide, along with your ability to contact me at any time, is superior to what you will experience from any of the trading banks.
Building wealth through property investment is a goal many Kiwis have. I can assist with arranging your investment property needs and importantly ensure the structure of your lending is done in the most appropriate way, so you can achieve your financial goals.
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