Mortgage Brokers – They Save You Money!!!!

 

So many buyers are lured into shopping at only the KNOWN big 4 banks for their homes. If you talk with Phil Rogers at The Loan Market Office North Ward – you are talking with over 30 financial institutions. The difference between the highest and lowest interest rates mean Phil can save you 10’s of thousands of dollars in home repayments. Call me – I have a direct HOT LINE to Phil and we are standing by – waiting to SAVE YOU MONEY !!!!

 

 

Do you have the time to find the lowest rate?

When it comes to buying property there’s no such thing as too much research. As your local Ray White agent 

I can provide you with lots of useful background information on the neighbourhood and can get you up to speed 

on similar sales in the area. At the same time, your Loan Market broker can help you get a low home loan rate.

If you don’t have the time or expertise to get a handle on 

all the different home loans on offer, it’s worth speaking 

with your local Loan Market broker. They can:

} Work with over 30 lenders – to ensure you’re aware 

of your maximum borrowing capacity

} Organise a pre-approval – essentially giving you 

the green light from a lender to spend up to a 

certain amount

} Save you money over the long run – by knowing the 

latest rates and special offers, from over 30 lenders, 

to ensure your finance is approved with the right lender.

You’ll see from the rates here, how choosing the right 

lender for your needs could get you a better deal.

4.65 %p.a

Two year fixed rate

5.52

Rates current as at 25/11/13 & based on Citibank Mortgage Plus. Offer valid to 20/12/13. For 

loan amounts over $500,000 with a loan to value ratio of <80%. Terms and Conditions, fees 

and charges may apply. Rates subject to change. Approved applicants only. The comparison 

rate is calculated on the basis of a $150,000 secured loan over 25 years. Warning: This 

comparison rate is true only for the example given. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts 

might result in a different comparison rate. 

%p.a

Comparison rate

Posted by Julie Munro