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At Yellow Brick Road Mortlake, we pride ourselves in offering a complete range of financial services to all Australians. Our trusted team of professionals will help you now and in the future. We offer a range of financial products and services to help you reach your financial goals, including home loans, financial advice, superannuation, insurance and self managed super funds.
Whether it be a financial plan, or a mortgage from a fully accredited broker, life insurance or investment advice from an FPA affiliated financial planner - we can help with your financial needs.
Well known for our professionalism and track record, we will look after you from the moment you walk through the door. We provide a stress-free complimentary initial consultation, and will then strive to build a lasting relationship with you.
Our local area covers Breakfast Point, Concord West and Concord Repatriation Hospital, 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 Mortlake team
In helping my clients achieve their property goals, I draw upon extensive experience in the financial services industry. I am a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants; a Financial Planner with the FPA; a Chartered Tax Advisor; and a qualified and accredited mortgage broker. Armed with these qualifications and an absolute commitment to forging long-term relationships with clients, you can trust me to work with you into the long-term to achieve your property aspirations.
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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