When is the best time to use a broker?

Wherever you are in the loan process, and whatever type of loan you’re looking for, a broker can help. It doesn’t matter the circumstance, whether you have just started thinking about buying, have already found the perfect house and want to quickly sort out your finances, are looking to unlock… Read more

What exactly is a Mortgage Broker?

There are literally thousands of different loan products available right now. While this makes it harder for you to choose the right loan, it also means that there’s an ideal lending solution for you out there. It’s just a matter of finding it. That’s where a Mortgage Broker comes in.… Read more

It’s a lot easier to be a Mortgage Broker

It’s a lot easier to be a Mortgage Broker like us and have a wider range of options for people to choose from than work for the bank and have to try and convince your customer that the single choice you have is the right one for them. Still, many… Read more

So how do you get the right loan?

So how do you get the right loan? Easy. Use a mortgage broker! Yes, I know, we are a Mortgage Broking company so of course I think this. But I chose to work in the Mortgage Broking industry because I like to stack the odds in my (and your) favour.… Read more

The power of a cheaper rate

The right choice of loan can make all the difference in the long term. When buying a home most people will negotiate to get the best price they can. But the real price of your home is the cost of the home plus the interest you pay back to the… Read more

The Second Step to Mortgage Freedom

Step 2 from our book, ‘The 7 Easy Steps to Mortgage Freedom’ is to get the cheapest loan you can. It is to get the right loan in the first place at the lowest cost. Every dollar you spend in extra interest or fees is a dollar that isn’t paying… Read more

Interest adds up!

On a home loan of $450,000 over 30 years at 6%, you will repay a massive $971,734 back to the bank (calculated on the NAB’s own loan calculator). This amount is made up of the original $450,000 “principal’, plus an extra $521,734 in interest. You are paying back more than… Read more