About Solomon Kurukuntala

Solomon joined Loan Market Group in 2013 and has grown to become an integral and highly valued member of the Southern Corridor Loan Market team. Along with his enthusiastic approach Solomon also brought rich experience from his previous roles in Government, Banking and insurance sectors. Solomon has successfully completed Graduate Diploma in Business Studies specialising in Personal Financial Planning.

Solomon is passionate when it comes to helping first home buyers realise their dream of home ownership. Solomon can skilfully assist when it comes to property investment loans. Solomon is someone who can help to set your finances up correctly for your first investment and will be there when it is time for your second, third and subsequent properties.

If you are looking for an honest, professional and no nonsense approach to finding your next home loan, give Solomon a call.

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