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Arrange an investment loan

Whilst property has traditionally been Australia’s biggest asset class for building wealth, surprisingly only 20% of Australians own an investment property. Whether you’re a first time investor looking to rentvest (rent where you want to live and purchase an investment where you can afford) or a home owner looking to create additional wealth, find out how we can help you secure your investment property.

  • Arrange a pre-assessment of your borrowing capacity to understand how much you can spend on your investment property
  • Review the pros and cons of borrowing to avoid lenders mortgage insurance (LMI) and discuss what the right strategy is for you
  • Let our team hold your hand throughout the entire process, with an understanding of how to maximise tax deductions and minimise your borrowing risks

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How we work with you


Understand your objectives

Meeting or call with you to understand your immediate funding needs and long-term borrowing objectives


Assess your financials

Assess your lending capacity


Compare your funding options

Analyse the features, rates and benefits of dozens of loans (including the major banks) and craft a lending solution tailored to your strategy


Present funding options

Present you with the most suitable lending solutions for your strategy, explaining the different package features and impacts on your overall objectives


Assist your decision

Help you select your preferred lending solution so you’re confident in your decision


Manage application process

Guide you through the application process, making it easy for yous


Facilitate approval

Guide you through the application process, making it easy for yous


On-going support

On-going reviews and personal advice to ensure you have the right package as market conditions change

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