Debt Consolidation

Managing multiple payments and cash flow can be challenging as the cost of living rises. I can assist you by looking at whether debt consolidation is right for you. Debt consolidation offers benefits like potentially lower interest rates, a single loan and payment, and the possibility of faster debt repayment. Contact me to explore debt consolidation options today.

Increasing interest rates

With interest rates significantly rising over the past 12 months, it's essential to review your loan when your fixed interest rate is up for review. I can assist by evaluating your loan, negotiating with your bank or other banks for a better rate, and investigating more affordable repayments. Contact me for assistance before your fixed interest expires for a full review.

Meet Paulette

With over 30 years of experience in finance and international recognition and reward for her work, Paulette is the broker for you. Supported by a dedicated team, Paulette provides a 5 star service (as evidence by their over 530 5-star Google reviews). Contact Paulette today to get started.

When was the last time you reviewed your loan or bank? With significant interest rate increases in recent years, it's crucial to review your loan if each year. Chat to Paulette and the Loan Market team today to get started.

Obtaining a preapproval is crucial before buying or upgrading a house, or investing in a property. It confirms how much you can borrow, indicative repayments, and the maximum budget for a house. If you are on the house hunt, make sure to get in touch with me first to work out your borrowing capacity and apply for pre-approval

Post settlement process

We provide ongoing support and assistance throughout the life of your home loan. Our team is here to help with loan refinancing, top-ups, interest-only options, lump sum payments, property transactions and more! We advocate for you with the banks, understanding your needs and providing expert guidance.

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