Your Local Mortgage Adviser

I have over 30 years of lending experience; assisting people into their first home, advance to their second home, purchase investment properties, arrange finance for business purchases and lending for commercial purposes. It goes without saying that lending is my real passion. It brings a real smile to my face when the deal has settled, knowing that I have assisted you in arranging your finance, helping make your dreams a reality.

Outside of the working environment, I am married with 3 adult daughters and am a proud Granddad. I am involved heavily in football (but don’t hold that against me), both coaching and still managing to pull my boots on to play in winter. I enjoy my family camping holidays and am I a Trustee in a Youth Trust run by my local Church.

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  • Kendra
    “Simon was fantastic! So helpful and knowledgeable. 10/10 would recommend to others.”
  • Craig
    “Great service, knowledgeable advice. Responds quickly. Would highly recommend Simon to anyone!”
  • Brain & Maureen
    “Made the mortgage application straightforward and greatly simplified form filling in.”
  • Marc & Annabel
    “We knew it would be good to see a mortgage broker and we knew Simon was trustworthy and wouldn’t judge us on age or finances so felt comfortable from the start. Simon scheduled a meeting with us on his birthday – we can’t really ask for better service!”
  • Kylie
    “Able to work out what I can and can’t borrow; and being able to purchase a first newly built house under the Welcome Home Loan.”
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Latest News

  1. Positive signs emerging for buyers, says top economist

    According to economist Tony Alexander, a real estate market without the exuberance of buyer FOMO has begun to emerge across New Zealand as higher mortgage rates and inflation take their toll on household budgets, and this is good news for many buyers who’ve watched their target properties disappear beyond financial reach.

  2. Inflation spike feeds rumours – is it time to fix your loan rate?

    The reasoning behind four consecutive interest rate rises came into sharp focus this month when annual inflation hit 6.9% in the March quarter – its highest level since June 1990...

  3. Proposed property management regulation ‘welcome news’

    New property management regulations, in response to industry demands, will impact investors and landlords if passed into legislation. The proposal would establish a licensing regime and standards for professional property managers and licences would have to be renewed annually.