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.

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Testimonials

  • Patrick - North Shore
    "I really appreciated your service in arranging the home finance - it was the first time I've used a broker and you made the experience a lot easier and hassle free than it may otherwise have been. I will definitely recommend your services to friends".
  • Juliet - Waterview
    "I can't recommend John enough. He's looked after three house purchases for me over the years, as well as insurance needs. Without him I wouldn't even have got my first mortgage! John is fantastic to deal with and I really trust that he has my best interests at heart".
  • E Richards - Point Chevalier
    "When I purchased my first home I knew nothing about finance or buying a house for that matter and John came to the rescue. He not only arranged my finance but guided me on the process and legalities of purchasing. He was professional, knowledgeable and available. I feel he went way beyond his call of duty and put up with numerous phone calls from me asking inane questions. I would have no hesitation in recommending his outstanding service to anyone considering financial guidance".
  • Rosalind – Torbay
    "What has set John apart for me is that I have been able to achieve a dream I thought impossible. After a major change in circumstances I have been able to build a future here. I am very grateful to him and his financial wisdom".
  • James and Kristina – Mt Roskill
    "We have been impressed with John's personal commitment in finding finance options and insurance that suited us. He has been genuine and honest at all times and provided helpful advice in areas we were unfamiliar with. We would be happy to recommend John to our family and friends".
  • Louise Peters,
    Home Loan
    John is extremely helpful and knowledgeable about banking and the loan process.
  • Raymond Henry Percival
    Home Loan
    We've known John since we moved over from the UK 15 years ago when he was introduced to us by a friend, he's always been very thorough professional and prompt with anything we've asked him to do for us!!
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