Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Whangarei, Mangawhai, Wellsford, Warkworth, Matakana and surrounding suburbs
While the role of a mortgage adviser is to help clients’ purchase property, behind Mark’s philosophy is a deeper theme of integrity, protection, and results. Three simple words he places at the heart of every client engagement to wield a strong point of difference.
Industry experience began more than 18 years ago, mostly for large banks. Mark credits this time for honing skills and understanding the intricacies of the banking world. Career highlights include the coveted ‘ASB Super Achiever Award’ and regularly sitting within the top five lenders for ASB and ANZ. Managing sales teams to reach their full potential further displays his goal-driven nature. While these accolades speak volumes, Mark is humble - staying focused on the best possible outcome for clients. The bi-product? Peace of mind and financial success for all.
As a registered financial adviser, Mark partners with Loan Market because of its proven success and reputation, and he appreciates the freedom to deliver a personalised service. Competitive insurance solutions are also part of his offering.
For a confidential, no-obligation chat – give him a call today.
Let me find the right home loan for you from a panel of over 20 lenders. Let me do all the running around and negotiating for you.
With all the changes in lending due to LVR restrictions, it's never been harder to buy an investment property in NZ. I have helped people buy investment properties with only 20% deposit.
If you are self employed and find that your banker doesn't understand your needs, then let me look at it for you and talk to the bank on your behalf.
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