Mortgage adviser for West and South Auckland

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Testimonials

  • Trude Cameron
    We wanted to say how much we have enjoyed your wisdom and support over the last 13 years with regards to the various mortgage deals you have sorted out on our behalf. There have been a number of times when we have needed your services and you have always been so helpful and have come up with options to suit the various requirements. You have always thought outside the box and have gone the extra mile to sort out the best deals for our needs. You have also worked alongside us in a relaxing and friendly manner which we have greatly appreciated. We have no hesitation recommending you to anyone as you are 100% trustworthy and an excellent ‘loan arranger’.
  • Gary Richards
    Over the past 19 years, I have come across many mortgage brokers in my travels. The few that I have used have had poor customer service, couldn’t remember our situation, what we needed or even which bank we were with. There was no real benefit and it felt like I was chasing my tail constantly and fighting to get any response, especially during a shorter due diligence period where you need that immediate contact. Well, that was until I met Keith Jones. It has been a fantastic journey and I have learned so much from him. He is up to date in his knowledge and shares the latest trends in the market place with us. He has also saved us a whole lot of money with our investments. He knows our situation in great detail, including what we have with each bank, each property or each of our other investments. It’s not just about saving money either – prompt response and outstanding customer service is what we’ve received from Keith, and he is always polite. There is no one I would recommend more than Keith. Do yourself a favour and give him an opportunity to help you with your finances. You’ll be singing all the way to the bank.
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