Mortgage Adviser in Kingsland, Western Springs, Mt Albert
With well over 30 years in the banking and finance sector, you can be confident that you will receive the right advice and service for your home loan. Most clients I meet really want a guiding hand and expert help with their finances. They want to know what the pitfalls are with negotiating on a property or attending an auction. They want to be advised on how to structure their loans to suit their unique situation and obtain a competitive package from a lender who appreciates their business. Once they are on the ladder they want help to pay off their loans faster and also ongoing advice to address their personal Insurance needs.
What are the benefits of using a mortgage adviser?
First Home Buyers
Buying your first home is an exciting experience, but can feel overwhelming with so many aspects of the purchase that need to be dealt with and a roller-coaster of emotions bidding on properties at auctions.
Getting pre-approved for a home loan is a good way to start the process of buying a home and will save you lots of time further down the track.
Refinancing your current home loan can be very beneficial in helping you save money if used in the right circumstances.
Consolidating your short term debts with your home loan can be a great tool to help you manage your finances better and reduce your repayments at the same time.
Clients tend to focus most of their attention on the type of house they can afford, suburbs, schools, interest rates and repayments.
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.
Yes, our housing market’s slowing, but so is everyone else’s
Our housing market has become less road runner and more sloth. And we’re not the only country seeing a slowdown.
Interest rate 101
What’s a central bank? This is a country's primary monetary authority and it decides on the interest rate. Ours is called the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, known as the RBNZ.