Does a swimming pool give a home a competitive edge in Australia’s housing market?
An online survey asked more than 1,000 Aussies if they would pay more for a house with a pool.
The most popular response?
Getting into your first home can seem out of reach. There’s plenty to think about, homes to consider and plenty of rules from the banks that can be confusing and overwhelming. We are home loan brokers who can help you understand how all this info relates to you, help you build a case and be your voice when dealing with the various banks and lenders, so that you can get your first home mortgage on the Gold Coast, simply and easily.
Work out how much you can afford to borrow.
Figure out where to buy.
“Look over the Contract of sale, finalise the loan approval & get your First Home settled
Your mortgage is a big financial commitment so it’s worth getting it right. What structure and loan product do you need? What is the best rate available to you? And how do you pay it faster? With many types of mortgages on the market to choose from, we are the best mortgage brokers on the Gold Coast who can help you find the mortgage solution that’s best for you.
Work with you to understand your financial situation.
Build a plan to help you get mortgage free faster
Give honest feedback on existing and potential properties
Property investing on the Gold Coast is an easy way to increase your wealth. At Go Mortgage, we are mortgage brokers who know how to manage, structure and help build investment portfolios. Most of our clients are investors and long term clients. Let us show you how it is done.
Work with you on your longer-term strategy
Work out what you need to do to achieve your strategy
Work out the best structure and negotiate your mortgage
We pay your broker the same rate no matter which home loan you choose from our wide choice of lenders
These savings will be the deposit that you put towards the purchase of your new home. You may also be asked questions about how you’ve saved your deposit, as this is one way lenders consider whether you have the capacity to pay your home loan repayments every month. Generally, lenders will distinguish between what they call ‘genuine’ savings and ‘non-genuine’ savings.