Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Howick, Pakuranga, Botany, Cockle Bay, Mellons Bay and surrounding suburbs

I'm yet to meet someone that wants a mortgage however in most circumstances they are the necessary evil when purchasing a home or investment property. Don't take time off work to sit at the bank and arrange the mortgage when you can allow me to work on your behalf at no cost to you while you carry on with everyday life or continue looking for your new home.

Why Choose an Adviser

  • Access to over 20 Lenders
  • We can meet when it suits you (after hours is fine)
  • We ensure our clients always get the right market rates at that time for their situation.

  • Home loans in Auckland

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

  • First Home Buyers

    Buying your first home and trying to get your head around the finance side can be such a daunting experience especially when considering different home loan types.

  • 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.

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Latest News

  1. Tile screen shot 2019 01 15 at 11.07.04 am

    I don't have the best credit rating, can I still get a mortgage?

    A common question I get asked is, “if I have poor credit will I still be eligible for a mortgage?” The answer isn’t that clear, we need to delve further into the situation.

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    Am I ready to buy an investment property?

    Are you keen to get into the rental market? But aren’t sure exactly how to go about it? The first thing you need to consider is how much equity or how much deposit are you going to need for your next investment?

  3. Tile screen shot 2018 12 11 at 1.20.21 pm

    What does LVR mean and how do I calculate my LVR?

    I like to think of Loan to Value Ratio (or LVR as it’s commonly known) as how much the bank owns of your property versus how much you own.