Mortgage Adviser based on the North Shore, Auckland.
Making a big financial decision can be stressful. It makes sense to get expert advice, this is where I can help. I have 15 years banking experience and can negotiate on your behalf with all the major lenders. In a constantly changing environment you want to be sure you have a good understanding of all the available options and can make a smart decision. It takes time to research and compare mortgage rates and lending products, and to understand bank policy. I do all of this on your behalf, I'm based on the North Shore of Auckland, but I am mobile and can travel to meet you anywhere in Auckland.
Whether you are buying your first home, looking to refinance your existing home loan, interested in property investment or a business owner, I can work with you to tailor the right finance deal.
My aim is to take the hassle out of every transaction. My clients love working with me because I deliver the best results with a minimum of fuss. And for that I’m repeatedly rated 10/10 for service!
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First Home Buyers
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is helping buyers into their first home.
Reviewing your current lending is a smart move for your finances. With just a few simple details I can complete a ‘home loan health check’ and let you know if your current deal can be improved.
Owning your own business involves big commitment, it often means long hours and juggling multiple challenges every day.
Commercial and Business Finance
With 15 years experience in banking, including significant time in the commercial and business banking sectors, I’m well placed to deliver you results.
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