Loan Market Mortgage Adviser servicing Dannemora, Epsom, Highland Park and surrounding suburbs


Since becoming a mortgage adviser in 2013, I have established strong relationships with all lender and recognised as an Emerging Elite Member of Loan Market. I have an extensive amount of knowledge and experience with the finance markets thus gaining a wide vision of my clients’ potential.

The loan process is often difficult to understand, especially for first-home buyers, therefore simplifying the complicated financial processes is my key objective as I value simplicity and convenience for my clients. 
I treat my customers with a constant enthusiastic attitude and great attention to detail. I am fluent in both English and Mandarin, and I have gained an excellent understanding of the relations in the Chinese community and my clients’ needs.

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