Your local Mortgage Adviser


I bring a wide range of knowledge on home & business lending. From purchasing an owner occupied property or investment property, to buying a commercial property, helping your children into their first home or simply wanting to making sure you are getting the deal you deserve from your existing Bank. Karen makes mortgages easy by acting on your behalf to negotiate a deal, Karen prides herself in delivering excellent service, specific & relevant advice, and solutions from a panel of over 10 lenders. My service comes at no cost to you. 

Rather than being time consuming and stressful, buying property should be exciting, so why spend all valuable time explaining your situation and trying to compare pricing yourself? Putting you the customer first is paramount. 

I can work with first home buyers, property investors, small business owners or clients wanting to refinance.

Karen has many years of experience in the finance industry with a background of more than 20 years working in main trading banks in NZ.

My passion is working with 1st home buyers. It can be a very overwhelming experience and I like to guide my clients through the process, and ensure you are supported every step of the way. From our initial meeting I work closely to achieve your goals.  I have contacts with key trusted advisers in real estate, legal companies, accountants along with Insurance. If you are looking to purchase your 1st Home, refinancing your existing home, or looking at purchasing a rental property - I can offer you the services required to help you, achieve your goals and simplify the journey for you.

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Testimonials

  • Paige & Ricky
    First Home Buyer
    As a real estate agent myself I knew it was a no brainer to use a mortgage broker and Karen had helped clients of mine get over the line so I knew she was the one to call. Our dreams to own a house really was all down to Karen's pro-active, quick thinking and can do attitude because if we hadn't of used her, we would have been cashed out of our contract and left feeling pretty gutted. But alas, she got us over the line when it counted and we could not thank her let alone recommend her enough!! Thank you Karen, we are so grateful for all the hard work you put in to help us own a home.
  • Karen, Shaun and Ruth
    Home Loan
    Karen was absolutely fantastic to work with. She advised us throughout the whole process and ensured we received the best deal. Karen went above and beyond for us - it was evident she genuinely wanted to see us purchase a family home. We have since recommended her to several of our friends also looking to buy. Thank you for all your support and hard work.
  • Rodger & Sarah Scott
    Home Loan
    Would just like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to Karen for her expert advice & dedication to helping Sarah & I too secure our first rental property. If anyone is looking for a mortgage adviser I wouldn’t go any further than this, just give Karen a call or send her a message & she will sort the rest for you.
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