How would you like $1,000 cash back in your pocket?
We have been sharing our commission for over 15 years – no tricks in fact many of our clients get $5,000 or even much more – get all the details on our famous rebate
Fantastic low interest rates on variable and fixed rate home loans including investors…
Interest rates have never been this low and while lenders may be clamping down on investors we still have plenty of great options for all borrowers. We have 3 years fixed at 3.99% or variable as low as 3.99% at 80% LVR – If you are paying more than 4.50% interest rate then you really need to talk to a mortgage broker today.
We will compare home loans from over 20 leading lenders and help you find the best loan
Our MFAA approved mortgage brokers are available to speak to you today. We have great range of lenders with fantastic variable rate home loans and amazing fixed rates available some with 100% offset accounts and even free rate locks. However it is very important that you make an informed decision, particularly if you are thinking about fixed interest rates.
What can you expect from a mortgage broker
Apart from honesty, integrity and experience you want a person who knows how to listen to you. We will:
- talk to you and find out what you want and what you need
- we analyse your options, comparing many loans and lenders to provide you with all of the information that you need to make an informed decision
- we then prepare and lodge your home loan application
- we badger the lenders to make things happen on time
- when your new home loan settles, we pay you a cash refund from our commission, too good to be true? see here how we do it
We have no ties to any lender
Many mortgage brokers today are linked directly to major lenders through their aggregation groups eg: Aussie Home Loans is owned by CBA. Where as Peach is a small privately owned company, we hold our own Australian Credit Licence and with absolutely no ties to any lenders. In addition our staff are paid NO commission and receive NO incentives to recommend one lender over another.