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We are here to help you! Whether it’s for your first home or you are looking to build your investment portfolio, by having the ability to borrow from a range of lenders, we can take the stress out of obtaining finance.
First Home Buyers
Buying your first home can be very stressful and daunting as you have never done this before. I can assist you step by step to achieve your goal of home ownership. There are many factors that contribute to buying your first home, income, deposit, KiwiSaver, external debt etc. We can put a plan in place to secure the lending you require to get you on the property ladder. Let us take the stress out of being a First Home Buyer, so you can enjoy what is one of life's greatest achievements.
No matter what your situation is, we will find the best home loan product that suits your needs. With A large range of loans available across many lenders, this can be very overwhelming. With our knowledge and connections in the industry, we can assure we will help you select what suits you best.
Investment properties can be structured in many ways. We can advise you the best ways to do this to create opportunities in the future for you to expand your Investment portfolio and create wealth and income for years to come.
Is property still a good investment?
There's no doubt; many potential property investors were spooked by the government's housing policy changes announced in March. What once was a cast-iron investment option suddenly seemed less attractive. However, despite the changes to tax concessions and the bright-line test, there's little evidence that landlords are selling up in any significant numbers. So, is property still a good investment?
First home buyer stress: 5 tips to help you manage the process for a better outcome
When it comes to stressful life events, buying your first home is up there in the top ten. Here we share some tips to help you manage the process for a better outcome.
Has The Government’s Housing Policy Changes Made A Difference?
This year's Budget had little of substance concerning the property market. However, given the significant housing policy changes announced in March, it’s probably not surprising.