Wondering what the permanent post-pandemic changes within the mortgage broking space are? Let’s find out.
Yellow Brick Road Fairfield is committed to providing quality mortgage advice to all. Advice that is honest, clear, agenda-free and personalised to suit your circumstances. Our goal is to help you fulfil your property ambitions by providing you with access to the correct mortgage solution for your first home, refinancing or an investment property. Quality service is our priority.
Knowing that you are likely to be busy, we can meet you at a time and place that suits you.
Our professional team prides itself on providing solutions and strategies that are relevant to your individual objectives.
We take the mystique out of mortgage advice. Our friendly mortgage brokers can answer all questions and concerns regarding your home loan or a commercial loan you are looking to secure.
We are known in the industry for our high level of service and the exceptional results our mortgage brokers deliver.
Our local area covers Fairfield, Smithfield, Wetherill Park, Canley Vale and St Johns Park, however we are not restricted and everyone is more than welcome.
Financial Planning services are provided by Authorised Representatives of InterPrac Financial Planning Pty Limited CAN 096 781 976 Australian Financial Services License (AFSL) 246638.
Meet the Fairfield team
Before joining Yellow Brick Road, I held senior management positions in the finance and banking industry. This gave me rich experience working with a wide range of clients, and I am now extremely adept at identifying the right mortgage solutions that deliver value to my clients. I will work closely with you to understand your individual circumstances, and provide a tailored strategy that is geared towards achieving your property goals.
I can help with
- Advice on home loans, residential and investment
- Advice on refinancing loans to reduce rates and access cash
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Our take on how a rise in interest rates will affect the property market.
If an interest rate is around the corner, what does it mean for existing and prospective borrowers, and what steps can you consider taking?