Your Local mortgage advisers in Waitakere, Auckland

The Loan Market Waitakere 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 banks, solicitors and valuers we make organising your loan easy and stress-free.

Loan Market works on strong and able leadership of Mr Gopalan Sreenivasan who have more than 20 years on commercial lending experience including the last 14 years as Mortgage & Insurance Adviser. The Loan Waitakere team has to strong and able team of 10 Mortgage & Insurance Advisers with a motto of right advice based on individual requirements and unmatched customer service.

From home loans to property investment loans and commercial lending, through to business lending, we’ll find the right loan for you. We will also work with you to protect your assets and investments through different insurance products which include risk insurance, home and contents.

Loan Market Team covers the wider Auckland Region with a focus and expertise of West Auckland property market including Henderson, New Lynn, West Harbour, Hobsonville, Glen Eden, Te Atatu and Kumeu. Our mortgage advisers specialise in helping self-employed people, first home buyers, investors and business owners into loans, including Kiwisaver loans.

You will find the largest range of lenders in one place.


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