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Unless you are one of the lucky ones who have just won the lotto, most of us need to borrow money from a bank. You can do this by either going directly to a bank or by engaging a finance broker. With banks, they will look after their own interests and not give you any advice about another bank. On the other hand, a finance broker works for you and looks after your best interests. They will do a full assessment of your situation, understand your requirements and then present you with the best options. And yes, it's FREE! 

If you don't think you are ready to buy a home just yet, that's ok. Establishing a finance plan will determine your goals and allow us to assist with any bad credit or debt consolidation.



Through my connection with The Prime Group, we can provide homebuyers with a deposit towards their new home.


This not-for-profit foundation was created for the many Perth families who cannot save the necessary deposit for a home, with weekly rent payments, living expenses and utilities diminishing their savings. This foundation is possible thanks to The Prime Group and their generous suppliers, who are working together to ensure that many hardworking families are able to stop renting and own their own home.

If you're an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, and you've never owned a property in Australia, you're on the first step to qualifying. We can chat about how the foundation can help you and where we can build your first home.


Did you know that if you’re a first home buyer you can receive a $10,000 government grant?

This grant is a one-off payment from the Western Australian government to help first home buyers with building a new home. The grant isn't given to the directly to home buyers- instead it is given to your home lender or mortgage broker to reduce your existing payments.

There is eligibility criteria, such as you need to be a first home buyer and you must intend to live in the property for at least 6 months.

Want to find out if you're eligible? Reach out and we can start the conversation.

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