Your local Mortgage Adviser servicing Auckland and surrounding suburbs


If you want someone who has finally managed to explain bank language after 9 years working for one, lets chat!

I have had the pleasure of working in many areas of lending. My specialties include some of the following.  










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Testimonials

  • N Gain
    Home Loan
    We couldn’t have asked for anything more, except for Will paying the mortgage as well!! Will is hardworking, patient and thoughtful, most of all he knows his stuff to navigate the best home loan pathway for you and to get you the sharpest deal. We had a great experience working with Will and would highly recommend him to others.
  • LM
    Home Loan
    We switched our mortgage broker this year to Will, and we have been really delighted with the service. He has worked with the banks to get us the result we wanted, which was a little ambitious in this market. We are really impressed with the outcome, but also with Will's professionalism and can do attitude. Thanks Will!
  • Marta & Paull
    Home loan
    Used Will several times now and is a real good buggah at what he does, takes the stress out of it all and works hard to get the job done. Definitely worth having Will in ya team as a money man!
  • C Alderson
    Home Loan
    Will has excellent customer service and has been extremely patient with me as the client. His inner banking knowledge is an excellent addition to being a mortgage broker since he knows the inner workings of the bank and can explain this to his clients.
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Latest News

  1. Warm up this winter: Banks announce energy efficiency improvement home loans

    Want a warmer, drier home and save money on energy bills? Thanks to two exciting initiatives from the banks, that aspiration could be within reach. Both ANZ and Westpac have announced plans to offer no-interest or low-interest loans to customers looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency.

  2. Property market returning to equilibrium

    After the property market boomed in 2021 and started cooling in the first half of 2022, it now appears to have stabilised, according to realestate.co.nz. The data is also telling a much more positive story than the doom-and-gloom headlines might suggest.

  3. New law aims to stop consumers being ripped off

    The government has introduced a new regulatory regime to govern conduct in the financial sector. Under the new regime, the authorities will be able to ban or regulate certain sales incentives. Also, banks will have to maintain effective policies to ensure customers are treated fairly.