How to find a mortgage broker in Newcastle

Find the right broker to make your property purchase or refinance easy

Find a mortgage broker in Newcastle

Buying, renting or investing in a property is a big decision. This is why getting in touch with a good local mortgage broker is essential.

Using a mortgage broker allows you to leverage their experience and access loans from their panel of lenders. They can negotiate for a competitive product and help you submit the required paperwork for an application.

Newcastle is the second most populated metropolitan area in NSW and is just 162km north of Sydney, within the iconic Hunter region. Globally renowned for its coal exportation, Newcastle is a hub for heavy industry and is also a popular tourist destination.

Situated between the Tasman sea and the Hunter river, if you're buying in Newcastle it’s likely that your property will have a glimpse of water.

Mortgage brokers operating in Newcastle

Rates last updated September 21st, 2017
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Aussie Home Loans
Aussie Home Loans
Aussie is one of Australia's leading financial service providers, having won The Adviser’s Top Mortgage Broker award for the last 3 years. They charge no appointment fees and can meet at a time and place which suits you.
Up to 20 lenders Enquire Now More info
Finsure
Finsure
Finsure has loan offers from over 35 lenders, including major brands, and will work to find a home loan that suits your property needs.
Over 35 lenders Enquire Now More info
eChoice Mortgage Brokers
eChoice Mortgage Brokers
When you do business with eChoice you will be given your own home loan manager to help you select a loan. 25 lenders Enquire Now More info
iConnect
iConnect
iConnect has hundreds of loans available through more than 40 lenders in Australia to choose from to find the home loan that is right for you.
40+ lenders Enquire Now More info
Pepper Money
Pepper Money
Pepper specialises in providing fair home loans to those who are credit impaired - from small defaults all the way up to discharged bankruptcies.
Credit impaired home loans Enquire Now More info

Mortgage broker offices in Newcastle

  • Lake Macquarie Mortgages and Commercial Finance, Newcastle
  • Choice Home loans, Newcastle
  • Margaret Godfrey, Adamstown
  • East Coast Finance Group, Newcastle
  • CVG Finance, Newcastle
  • Channel Direct Home Loans, Swansea
  • Mortgage Choice, Cardiff and Charlestown
  • Loan Market, Newcastle
  • HLOANS, Newcastle

What will a typical mortgage cost in Newcastle?

The median property price for a house in Newcastle is $985,000. A 20% deposit would cost you $197,000. If you borrowed the remaining $788,000 for a 30-year term at 4.50% interest, your monthly repayment would be $3,992.68 and the total cost of the loan would be $1,437,364.89.

How is a mortgage broker paid?

Mortgage brokers receive a commission or fee from lenders, and this compensation will vary depending on the lender as well as the volume of the transaction. The broker generally receives an upfront commission as well as a trailing or ongoing commission.

Learn more about how mortgage brokers are paid

How do mortgage brokers operate?

Similar to any brokers around Australia, mortgage brokers in Newcastle work with large and small lenders and have access to a large volume of products. Due to their industry relationships, brokers can get competitive rates or more favourable loan terms which can help you find a suitable mortgage.

Learn more about the broker-client process

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