Your local mortgage adviser in Greater Auckland

I can help you find the most suitable loan and tailor it to your needs. My goal is to make the lending process smooth so you can concentrate on securing your dream home.

If you want to put your wealth to work in the world of commercial property or business - from retail units, to warehouses - I can help with this too. I have the know-how and the experience, as well as a wide range of real estate partners that I work with, to provide stress-free results.

No matter how new you are to buying in Auckland you can tap into my deep knowledge of this market.

And if you want a one-stop-shop, I can help connect you to a mortgage insurance adviser too.

Testimonials

  • Sam
    Peter was very personable, had great communication and was a valuable asset to us in finding the best possible home loan
  • Francois
    Peter was very helpful and when the extra mile. He introduce me to the right people to support the deal. Even the lawyer and estate agent were impressed
  • Darren
    In came Peter at a time when we needed the bank support to get us through, we moved forward with the business and personally like never before
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