Mortgage Brokering Service
What does a mortgage broker do?
Mortgage brokers represent borrowers against the banks. A good broker negotiates the best possible interest rate, repayment plan and loan terms to meet your needs. We set up offset accounts to reduce your interest costs, redraw facilities to give you greater flexibility, and mortgage insurance if you need to borrow in excess of 80% of the valuation of the property.
A mortgage broker can hep you refinance your current borrowings, extend your loan for a further period or organise an alternative financier.
Mortgage brokers do not lend money, they simply represent borrowers and are the intermediary between the borrower and the bank.
The mortgage broking industry continues to grow from strength to strength as borrowers need a representative against the major banks who have increased their bargaining power since the global financial crisis.
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It is an account into which you can deposit savings and use as an everyday account. The balance of the account acts to reduce the total loan for interest calculation purposes..
A redraw facility allows you to withdraw any extra payments you have made to your loan.
Yes but depending on your loan agreement you may need to pay exit fees. We can advise on your best options.
Consolidation of your debts allows you to refinance a number of credit card and other debts into one larger facility with the aim of reducing the overall interest costs.
Our Lender Panel
Mortgage Broker Co has access to an extensive panel of Residential, Commercial, Insurance and Asset Finance lenders to ensure you have access to a diverse range of lending products to suit your clients’ needs