Local mortgage advisers in Queenstown
The Loan Market Queenstown team have many years experience advising people of their loan options. By doing all the legwork for you, such as completing paperwork and liaising with solicitors, we make organising your loan easy and stress-free.
From home loans to property investment loans and commercial lending, through to business lending, we’ll find the right loan for you.
Covering areas like Queenstown, Wanaka, Arrowtown, Cromwell and Alexandra, our mortgage advisers specialise in helping self-employed people, first home buyers, investors and business owners into loans, including KiwiSaver loans.
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Investing in the Queenstown property market
We understand what’s happening in the Queenstown real estate market because we live here. We take the time to understand your unique situation and investment strategy and can advise which loans will suit your needs best.
Queenstown is a hotspot for self-employed people. Loan Market Queenstown specialise in helping you into the right loan.
Our Loan Market Queenstown mortgage advisers know that finance is a crucial part of the success of your business. We’ll take into account your needs and finances to find the right loan for your situation.
Queenstown is booming with construction. As mortgage specialists in the local area, we can help find the right loan for your construction project.
Once you’ve purchased your property, it's important to protect it. Your Loan Market Queenstown adviser is also a qualified Insurance Market adviser, providing the same service as our mortgage advisory arm for personal insurances.
Buying your first home in Queenstown
Buying your first home can be daunting, especially in Queenstown due to the entry level. But don't worry - we can help by working with you to develop strategies to aide you into your first home.
We work with foreign investors across Queenstown. Use this useful exchange rate tool to help you with your purchase.
Update on Overseas Investment Amendment Bill
The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill is currently going through the Committee of the Whole House stage which we expect will be completed this week. Some recommendations have been made to the Bill during this process. These are mainly administrative but there has been some more clarity around the exemptions that the Minster will be able to grant. We have summarised this new exemption regime below.
The national real estate picture
According to Quotable Value Limited (QV) NZ’s property market will plateau for the rest of this year and into the next. In fact, Dunedin was the only main centre with any material growth in May, up 1.1 per cent, a whopping four times more than any other main centre. Nice work people, you even pipped Wellington, where prices went south in May by 1.3 per cent.
RBNZ: move along, nothing to see here!
Well, that’s 20 straight months at 1.75% and the RBNZ’s longest run of inertia on rates for many, many years. But the two words from Governor Orr that stuck out were, “for now". Between the lines, the RBNZ is not exactly wildly confident about the NZ economy, given that in 2018 it’s been growing with all the vigour of a rose in a dry vase. The 2.7% growth recorded was the slowest in four years and is down from 2.9% in 2017.