Mortgage advisers servicing Christchurch, Rolleston, Merivale, Papanui, Burnside and New Brighton.

Combining over 30 years of legal and financial experience, D’Arcy and Anthony have teamed up to deliver a one stop mortgage advisory and property law service.

We have access to the widest range of lenders you know and trust because we are Loan Market accredited mortgage advisers.

Whether you are buying or selling property or looking to invest for your future we will be able to advise you on your loan options.

If you are looking to buy your first home, we have particular expertise in this area. We can help you with your KiwiSaver First Home Withdrawal scheme application and the Housing New Zealand HomeStart grant.

We have clients in all areas of Canterbury and the greater Christchurch including Papanui, Burnside, Maiehau and Rolleston so are well placed to advise you on any aspect of your borrowing and financing.

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    Housing Market starts strongly but coronavirus clouds forecasts.

    The housing market has continued its strong momentum from 2019, with Auckland finally arriving at the party to join the rest of the country. However despite The Reserve Bank’s recent confidence that the economic effects of the coronavirus will be short-lived, there is a danger some NZ property markets could suffer ill health.

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    Election 2020 announced what are the big issues?

    The announcement that the election will be held on 19 September has signaled the start of the campaign trail. The relentless electioneering has started and the coming months will be dominated with claim and counterclaim about past achievements or lack of and policy direction for the future.

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    Regional NZ Roars into 2020

    The property market continued to pick up steam during the year to finish the decade with a roar. Buoyed by low interest rates and squeezed by shortage of housing stock, the end of 2019 was marked by very strong price growth in regional markets and Auckland emerging from its slumber. Price records tumbled frequently around the regions and despite low inventory, sales volumes in December hit a three year high reinforcing the energy in the market.