Mortgage brokers are professionals who work on your behalf, to help you navigate the finance application process. They help you determine your borrowing needs, how much you can borrow and which lender is the most suitable for your circumstances. Now over 50% of all loans are written through mortgage brokers as they better serve your needs. If you go direct to the bank, you will only be offered the loan options available through that one lender. As your mortgage broker, we are across many lenders and all of their loan products and our sole purpose is to find the right loan for your needs.
What does a mortgage broker do?
Do you charge fees for home and investment loans?
Here at The Property Education Company we do not charge for assisting you with any loans. It is worth noting when you take out a loan via a Mortgage Broker it does not cost you anymore than going to a bank directly. Brokers get paid commission by the bank for bringing new business to them, and continuing to look after clients for the bank.
How much can I borrow?
This will depend on how much you have saved for a deposit or how much equity you have in your home and what you current expenses are, including other loans and debts. Please give us a call and we can go into your options in more detail, or check out the loan calculators page of our site! We like to do a thorough assessment of your circumstances and welcome the opportunity to review your life needs. We aim to work with you now and into the future so even if today we cannot get you a loan, let’s work together to plan how we can in future.
I am not in your area, can we still work together?
Yes we currently work with clients all over Australia from Darwin to Townsville, Sydney and all over Victoria! We can meet in person or on Skype. Just contact us to arrange a time. Also we happily meet out of hours on weekends or in the evenings but always in our offices.
Which lenders do you deal with?
We are accredited to access many lenders – these include ANZ, CBA, nab, Westpac, Bank of Melbourne, BankWest, ING, Macquarie and many other second tier lenders, and credit unions.