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Collins Home Loans Mortgage Brokers

Collins Home Loans

Access home loans from more than 30 trusted lenders and find the right loan for your needs with help from Collins Home Loans.

Collins Home Loans is a mortgage broking service with more than 20 years’ experience in matching borrowers with a residential mortgage that suits their needs. With access to over 30 trusted Australian lenders, Collins Home Loans offers personalised, one-on-one service to help manage each aspect of the home loan application process from start to finish.

If you already have a home loan in place but you’re looking for a better deal, Collins Home Loans offers no-obligation 15-minute Home Loan Health Checks aimed at fine-tuning your home loan and identifying any money-saving opportunities. If your loan is more than two years old, a Collins Home Loans mortgage broker can help you work out whether it is still suitable for your financial needs.

Who are Collins Home Loans?

Since its establishment in 1992, Collins Home Loans has originated and managed more than $4 billion worth of mortgages for its customers. With a team of dedicated loan managers and fully Australian-owned, Collins Home Loans offers access to loans from a panel of more than 30 lenders, providing plenty of choice for home loan borrowers.

Consultations with a Collins Home Loans mortgage broker are obligation-free and there is no charge for the service. Specialising in negotiating exclusive home loan packages for professionals, Collins Home Loans can also help find solutions when you’re looking for:

  • A car loan
  • Insurance
  • Business lending
  • Financial advice

Who do Collins Home Loans work with?

Collins Home Loans has access to hundreds of loans from a panel of more than 30 lenders, including:

What does it cost?

Many people are put off visiting a mortgage broker by the thought of the cost involved but, like many other brokers, Collins Home Loans offers its service to you free of charge. A consultation with a Collins Home Loans lending manager does not come with any fees attached and there is no obligation for you to take out a loan recommended by the mortgage broker.

How can I find out more about Collins Home Loans?

If you like the sound of the Collins Home Loans mortgage broking service or the 15-minute Home Loan Health Check, fill out the contact form on this page. After providing your details and your loan information, you can arrange a time to talk with a Collins Home Loans lending manager about your financial needs and what you’re looking for in a home loan.

To fill out the form you will need to supply:

  • Your personal information. The lender will need to know your full name.
  • Your contact details. Provide your email address and mobile phone number.
  • Your loan details. How much money do you want to borrow and for what purpose will the loan be used?
  • Property information. Specify whether or not you have already found a property you would like to purchase.
  • Comments. Add in any comments, questions or additional information you may wish to provide.

Collins Home Loans can take the stress out of finding a home loan and match you with a mortgage that satisfies your borrowing needs. However, make sure to compare the services offered by a range of mortgage brokers before deciding on the right one to help you choose a home loan.

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