Service & Advice

First Home Buyers

First Home Buyers

You’ve been saving hard and you’re ready to buy your first home.

Taking the first steps towards home ownership is an exciting milestone, but it can be a nerve-racking experience as well.

Some of the questions you’ll need to work through may include:​

That’s why it makes sense to utilise our services as experienced mortgage advisers before you get started.

Advice when it counts​

We discuss with you your needs and goals and help you select the perfect home loan from a wide range of lenders and products. We’ll complete the necessary paperwork and arm you with all the information you need to find and buy your home.

This will ensure you end up with a home loan solution that works for you (instead of the other way around). You can relax and concentrate your efforts on your search for the right property, knowing that everything will be taken care of.

The First Step

It all starts with a phone call.
We’ll ask you for some basic information and make an appointment for a meeting at a time that suits you.
Once we’ve set up an appointment, I’ll ask you to send me some more detailed information so I can prepare for our meeting.
After our meeting, we can start to put the steps in place that will see you realising your dream of home ownership more seamlessly than you ever thought possible.

Read below about one of my success stories.

Is this like your story?

First Home Buyer - Emma

Emma is 24 years old. She lives in Berwick with mum and dad and her partner also lives with his parents.

They want to achieve the ‘Great Australian Dream’ of home ownership, and are aiming to set themselves up for their future family. They have stable jobs, Emma is a Nurse, earning $65,000 per year and her partner earns $75,000 as an employee electrician.

Emma wants someone who understands what they want and need, and wants her mortgage broker to educate her about the home buying process and to guide them all the way. She wants to feel comfortable, unstressed, included and informed. Emma always wants to be kept up to date and never wants to have to wonder “what’s next”.