Tuesday 10 December, 2019
A question we often hear is, ‘why would I go to a broker when I can go directly to the bank for my loan?’. Well, here’s just a few reasons why you should chat to us today about your financial needs.
What many people don’t realise about the Finance Brokers Tasmania service is that we don’t just help you secure home loans, we cover all types of loans (we really do like to keep ourselves busy). Whether you’re after a car loan, personal loan, commercial loan or a home loan, we can do all the hard work for you. So, if you’re looking to buy a home, car and a business, essentially, we are a one stop shop!
We pride ourselves on our face-to-face personalised service. We don’t like to limit ourselves to 9-5, we know you’re busy and we’re happy to be flexible with time and locations.
We offer every client a choice of loans and look at what is most relevant to your needs. We get it, everyone’s circumstances are different! We want to get to know you and your needs to secure the best deal for you.
By consulting with a broker, you’re also saving your credit rating – which is really important when applying for loans! How you ask? Every time you enquire and apply for loans yourself, your credit score is affected. By getting a broker to do the leg work for you, you get a range of options without reflecting badly on your credit rating!
With over 100 years combined experience, we’ve formed some great relationships in our local community – not just with clients, but also with lenders. With access to over 50 lenders, we will find a lender and loan to suit you!
Once we have built your trust and secured the best deal for you, our service doesn’t stop there. We offer continued support and will review your loan after 18-36 months to make sure that you are still receiving the best deal.
There are many more reasons why you should choose Finance Brokers Tasmania for your next loan, but you can come in and see the rest for yourself (it’s obligation free).
When applying for a loan, you’ll hear terms such as “borrowing power”, “borrowing capacity”, and “assessment rate”. But how do they relate? What do they mean? We’ll break it down for you in a simple equation.
During your research into your financial situation, you may have clicked on our calculator section – and been overwhelmed with the number of different types available! What do they all mean and what are they used for?!