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Mortgage Advisor -

What we do

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First home buyers

Buying your first home can be an exciting but daunting experience, so I’m here to guide you through the process. I’ll help set you goals and work towards achieving your first home purchase or, if you are ready to buy, I’ll help calculate your affordability (what the bank can look at lending you), find the best lender suited to you and get you pre-approved. This will help you find your price range sweet spot!

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Upgrading or buying your next home

Looking to upgrade to fit your growing family needs? Upgrading generally means you are selling your current home to purchase the next. This may mean you are getting a pre-approval with the condition of your house sale or your home has already sold and you need to get a pre-approval to know your price range for the next property, with the sale of your home as your deposit. I can give you invaluable support and expertise throughout the home buying or upgrading process, helping you to make informed decisions and achieve your property ownership goals.

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I can help provide valuable assistance when purchasing an investment property. I’m here to help you understand the financial considerations of buying an investment property, such as how much you can afford to borrow, the different types of mortgages available, interest rates, and repayment options.

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Debt consolidation

Need to pull multiple debts into one? I can help you with debt consolidation by providing expert advice on mortgages and other financial products that can help you consolidate your debts. I can help you assess your financial situation and determine the best options for consolidating your debts, including using the equity in your home to secure a mortgage or taking out a personal loan.

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Building or renovationg

Building a new home can involve some additional steps along the way, but I’m here to make the process as stress free as possible! I will explain the difference between the types of construction contracts available and how these affect the amount you can borrow and what the banks will need to consider.

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