Wondering what the permanent post-pandemic changes within the mortgage broking space are? Let’s find out.
Yellow Brick Road Wyong is committed to providing honest, quality mortgage broking services to individuals, families and businesses. We tailor our advice to suit individual circumstances and deliver it in easy to understand terms.
Taking a holistic approach helps you reach your current and future lifestyle objectives, sooner.
At Yellow Brick Road Wyong, we're committed to helping you achieve your property aspirations.
We offer a tailored strategy based on your specific circumstances. Our seasoned mortgage brokers are here to support you every step of the way whether it's a first home loan, refinancing solution or investment property mortgage.
Financial Planning services are provided by Authorised Representatives of InterPrac Financial Planning Pty Limited ACN 096 781 976 Australian Financial Services License (AFSL) 246638.
Our local area covers Alison, Blue Haven, Canton Beach, Balcolyn and Cooranbong, however we are not restricted and everyone is more than welcome.
Meet the Wyong team
As a father of five children and two small grandchildren, I am very passionate and aware of the importance of property ownership. We always take time to enjoy our beautiful seaside surrounds, in and around the Central Coast. We thoroughly enjoy visiting our great local eateries and entertaining in our home. I've recently returned to my love of cycling, so every Sunday morning I can be spotted riding up and down our beautiful coast. After 14 years in finance, I joined Yellow Brick Road because it mirrored my own values and dedication to customer service. The unique business model is founded on the principle of providing all Australian's access to quality mortgage advice. My mission is to provide this to the Central Coast.
I can help with
- Advice on home loans, residential and investment
- Advice on refinancing loans to reduce rates and access cash
Live the life you deserve with a flexible home loan
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?