Sure-fire steps for finding a mortgage suited to you

Matching a suitable mortgage to your needs may save you thousands in interest payments over the life of your loan.

What we offer you, our clients

  • Plain English explanations no jargon
  • Free, no cost to you for our service
  • On-going customer support from application to post settlement
  • Pre-Approvals
  • First Home Owner Grant applications submitted with loan application
  • Choice of over 20 different lenders including the Major Lenders
  • We have hundreds of competitive finance products to choose from
  • Available seven days a week and we can come to you
  • We offer Home Loans, Investment Loans, Vacant Land and Construction Loans, 100% Lend, First Home Buyers, Non Residents and Poor Credit History

Variable Interest Loans

This type of loan is linked to a floating interest rate and provides high levels of convenience and flexibility to make additional lump sum payments. This effectively reduces the life of the loan, saving on interest payments and building up equity as a redraw facility to meet any unexpected future financial demands.


Fixed Rate Loan

Fixed rate loans provide peace of mind if you are concerned interest rates may increase in the future. This type of loan is available on interest only, and principle and interest terms, to make budgeting easier by guaranteeing the repayments for a fixed term and providing protection from any future increases in interest rates for the term of the loan.



Equity Mortgage

This type of loan is a line of credit facility that has a pre-set limit which you can draw from at any time.

Equity Mortgage is interest only for five years with principle and interest repayments for the remainder of the agreed term. You have total control of your finances and the effective management of your

Equity Mortgage account can save you interest costs.

Spilt Loan

A split loan can be used in two ways-to separate your investment loan from your home loan, (but remember payments must be made on both loans) or to fix a portion of your home loan and leave the other part variable.

It’s a bit like an each way bet in case interest rates rise.