Finsure Mortgage Brokers

Logo for FinsureA Finsure broker can help take the confusion out of the home loan market and get you a better deal.

Finsure is a nationwide network of independent mortgage brokers that can help you navigate through the array of options in the home loan market to find the loan that best suits your needs. Finsure brokers work with some of Australia’s biggest lenders to help find you the best deal, and they will help guide you from the application process through to settlement and beyond.

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Finsure's nationwide network of mortgage brokers search through loans from over 35 lenders so you don't have to.

  • Free, independent mortgage advice from experts.
  • Access to hundreds of loans from big and small lenders.
  • Guidance through the entire loan application process.

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What is Finsure?

Finsure is what’s known as an aggregator. This means it provides services, support and access to a network of independent brokers across the nation. Finsure works with more than 1,000 mortgage brokers, so whatever your circumstances and needs, you’re likely to find a Finsure broker who can help.

Finsure brokers can provide guidance, whether you’re looking for a straightforward home loan for purchase or refinancing, or you have a more complex situation requiring a product like a bridging loan or a low doc home loan.

What home loans does Finsure have access to?

Your Finsure broker can source home loan products from a variety of providers, including:

  • Adelaide Bank
  • AMP
  • ANZ
  • Australian First Mortgage
  • Auswide
  • Bank of Melbourne
  • BankSA
  • Bankwest
  • Bank of Sydney
  • Better Choice
  • Bluestone
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Citibank
  • Future Financial
  • Heritage Bank
  • Homeloans Ltd
  • IMB
  • Keystart
  • La Trobe Financial Services
  • Liberty Financial
  • Macquarie Bank
  • ME
  • MFL
  • MKM Capital
  • NAB
  • Nationalcorp
  • Nationwide Capital
  • Paramount Mortgages
  • Pepper Home Loans
  • Premium Capital
  • Resimac
  • St.George
  • Suncorp
  • The Rock Building Society
  • Westpac

How much will it cost me?

Finsure brokers generally don’t charge for their services. Instead, they are paid a commission by the lender you choose.

How can a mortgage broker benefit me?

Mortgage brokers can help you navigate the often-confusing home loan market to help you find the best deal. They’re familiar with a variety of lenders and their policies and they can help identify which is the best fit for your specific circumstances.

Finsure mortgage brokers are licensed to provide personal advice to borrowers. This is a great option whether you're refinancing, buying your first home, buying an additional home, constructing a property or investing. For people with unique needs, such as sole traders, self-employed business people or pensioners looking for a mortgage, a broker can help you find highly specific and specialised products.

Why choose Finsure over another broker?

Finsure brokers operate independently and are located all around Australia. Wherever you live and whatever your circumstances, you’re likely to find a Finsure broker who can provide an efficient and obligation-free service.

Whether you need a loan to buy your first home, to refinance, to buy an investment property or even to build, a Finsure broker can help.

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