Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Mission Bay, St Heliers, Kohimarama, Mt Eden, Grey Lynn and surrounding suburbs
I am a Registered Financial Adviser with over 15 years experience in the Financial Industry and I work with you to match the right bank and the right loan to your goals and financial position. I understand all banks are not the same and a good knowledge of their products and policies allows me to tailor your unique situation to fit in with the right lender to get you the best results.
A good relationship with lenders also helps me negotiate a better deal for you. This can be a high approval amount, discounted rate, fee waiver or quicker decision. In some instances, it can be all of the above!
I have access to more than 25 lenders including all the major banks and near bank lenders. I also liaise with key parties including solicitors, valuers, insurers, realtors and you to ensure a smooth settlement. Finally If I can’t find you a solution straight away, I will help you put together a plan in place so you meet requirements from Lenders over the coming months.
First Home Buyers
I can assist with low deposit, new arrivals in New Zealand and advise you on using Kiwisaver and HomeStart grants.
Investors & Property Developers
I can help you grow your investment portfolio and source short term funding to complete your next project.
I can help source other options if you have been declined by your existing Lender and/or are unhappy with your bank.
With/without financials, we can explore options for you.
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