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Which professionals do you need in your corner when buying a home?
Buying your first home can be confusing. Banks, lawyers, real estate agents... they all seem to want a piece of you.
If you're not sure who to trust, we're here to help you build the 'dream team'.
First of all, let's take a look at the different professionals you're likely to need or come across on your home buying journey:
- Real Estate agents
- Meth lab testers
- City Council
- Quantity Surveyors
- Property Valuers
- Insurance Advisers
- Mortgage Advisers
Not all professionals are of an equal calibre, and it can often be a case of 'you don't know what you don't know'.
Your Mortgage Adviser should be your first port of call, helping you bring everything (and everyone) together.
There are loads of benefits to working with a mortgage adviser. We also help you with applications to banks and other financial institutions – because we understand the process and requirements of different lenders, we can maximise your chances of getting the best result. Whatever the plan, it’s about making your money work better for you.
READY FOR A CHAT?
If you have any questions about getting a mortgage, any one of our Mortgage Advisers will be happy to help make the process easy for you, and make introductions to local professionals that we are prepared to recommend and stake our reputation on.
For a no-obligation chat, contact us today.
It's a service that comes at no cost to you*, and puts your interests first - learn more here.
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An Adviser Disclosure Statement is available free and upon request.
* Our standard Mortgage Advisory service is provided free of charge as we are remunerated (paid) by the banks, but we also provide specialised services and advice for non-conforming, credit-impaired, business and complex cases. After our free initial no-obligation consultation, we will advise you if a fee may need to be charged before we undertake any work. In many cases we may find a simple solution for you.