Mortgage Advisers in Wellington, Hutt Valley, Porirua, Kapiti and surrounding areas
We specialise in making the process easy for you no matter what your needs are at different stages of your life, best of all in most instances our services are free. We can help you if you're looking to do the following
- Changing homes
- Looking for a better deal from your bank
- Buying your first home buyers or are a previous home owner getting back in
- Wanting to consolidate debt or buy a vehicle
- Start a residential investment property portfolio
- Buying a Business
- Buying a Commercial building
- Developing residential or commercial property
- Insurance – fire and general, personal risk or business
- Planning for retirement using Kiwisaver
- Wanting to transfer your Pension from the UK
At Loan Market Capital & Coast we can help you to achieve your financial and personal goals by providing sound advice and financing solutions.
We put you first in all our recommendations and advice to you, if it’s not in your best interest it’s not in ours. All advisers are Registered Financial Advisers so can provide personalised financial advice to you in relation to your own goals. The best thing is it's free.
IAG pulls out of Wellington home insurance
Living in Wellington means you will most likely be exposed to earthquakes, storms, flooding, landslides or even a tsunami at one stage or another. IAG, NZ’s largest general insurer (which includes brands like AMI, State, NZI, Lumley and Lantern Insurance), has said that’s why they won’t be insuring the contents of Wellington homes anymore.
Could payWave ruin your home ownership dreams?
Times have changed when it comes to applying for a loan. It’s tough to secure a mortgage and there are a lot of changes going on with the legal bodies that keep a close watch over the finance and banking industry including the revision of the Financial Advisers Act in New Zealand and the Royal Commission in Australia.
Best rates since WWII!
Back when rubber shortages meant dairy farmers had to prove they had at least 12 cows to qualify for gumboots and rationing saw New Zealanders shrinking their meals, mortgage rates were low. Pretty much, where they are today - seventy years on.