Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing East Auckland, Howick, Botany, Mount Wellington, Dannemora, Pakuranga, Half Moon Bay and surrounding suburbs


Are you after a home loan? Require an investment loan? Or are you a self employed borrower?

If so, I specialise in helping you. And my mission: to make the complicated very uncomplicated!


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  • Home Loans in Auckland

    I take the time to explain the full process, from application to settlement. I do most of the legwork for you, leaving you to simply review and sign.

  • Investors

    To be a successful investor and build wealth through a property portfolio, its important that your investment loans are structured properly. As a property investor myself, I know the do's and don'ts of property investment and can share my experience with you.

  • Self Employed Borrowers

    Many New Zealanders enjoy the freedom of working for themselves, but being self-employed means time is tight, with the extra challenge of keeping up with the paperwork of running your own business. This is where I come in – to make your life easier.

Testimonials

  • Matt & Melissa
    Paulette was fantastic, so proactive, knowledgeable and supportive. We got a great product and felt confident all the way through.
  • Jeff & William
    Thank you for your warmth, kindness and absolutely outstanding service. You exceeded our expectations in delivering nothing but impeccable, excellent and timely advice. I will certainly recommend you to my friends and colleagues.
  • Johnathan & Bridget
    Paulette was very informative and knowledgeable and goes above and beyond for her clients. She makes you feel comfortable with the situation and is always there for advice when needed. She was able to achieve an outcome for us we couldn't achieve by ourselves.
  • Victoria
    Paulette and her team have assisted us several times now with our mortgages. Each and every time they work hard to achieve the best result for us, it feels like we are Paulette's only client, that's how much effort they put in. I believe we would not be in the financial position we are, had it not been for Paulette's help. I couldn't recommend her more highly, which is why I tell everyone I meet about her great service. So far she has also helped several of my friends into their first homes, or assisted with their mortgages. Thanks again Paulette, we look forward to working with you again!
  • Sarah
    Paulette and her team are amazing! After several meetings (and headaches) with banks who could not see our vision, we had one short meeting with Paulette and we were approved the very next morning. Our settlement took over 6 months but they were with us every step of the way. Customer service and follow up is second to none. Could not recommend her enough if you want easy and stress free! Thanks again Paulette :)
  • Angelika
    We would highly recommend Paulette Trotter to anyone wanting to buy a house or refinance. Paulette has been extremely helpful and kept us informed every step of the way, always available for advice and the best help to overcome any obstacles that came up. Her knowledge about banking, finance and real estate is impeccable. The service was superb, and we got a great result with our home loan and refinancing.
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