What is LVR?

The mortgage industry is a wide, wondrous world with a language all of its own. One of the many acronyms bandied about is "LVR", which stands for Loan To Valuation ratio. Here’s what it means.

How Much Deposit Do I Need For A Home Loan?

How much deposit do I need for a home loan? This is a common question I'm asked, and in short, there is no definitive answer - it's up to you. It really boils down to your financial situation and how much fees and interest you're prepared to pay to get onto the housing market.

What Is A Mortgage Broker?

So what is a mortgage broker? A mortgage broker as defined by Oxford Dictionaries is a person or company that arranges mortgages between borrowers and lenders. Ultimately, I believe that mortgage brokers like me, are here to get you into your dream home for the least cost possible by helping you find the best home loan to suit your unique needs and circumstances.

What does a mortgage broker do?

What does a mortgage broker do? With well over 50+ lenders in the Australian marketplace and an ever-changing product landscape, finding the right loan to secure your home can be a daunting process. That's where a mortgage broker can help you.

Who pays a mortgage broker?

So who pays for a mortgage broker? Mortgage brokers in Australia are paid an Upfront commission and a Trail commission from the chosen lender for successfully introducing you to them. Most mortgage brokers rely on this commission for their income and can provide their services to the clients free of charge. 

6 Reasons To Use A Mortgage Broker

Finding a suitable mortgage can be a lot like climbing a dangerous mountain. One bad step and you can be faced with disaster. You'll find that even the most experienced climbers take a guide with them and so should you when looking for a new home loan. Here are 6 strong reasons why you should use the services of a mortgage broker.

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