Find a mortgage broker in Hobart

Looking for a trusted local mortgage broker? Hobart-based experts are on call to help you find the right home loan.

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How can I find a good broker?

A good broker will work tirelessly to help you get home loan approval for the finance you need to buy a home, refinance your loan or consolidate debts into a mortgage. They'll be easily contactable, be proactive about keeping you updated and will try to find solutions to complex borrowing situations.

Check that your broker is accredited through ASIC, with either an Australian Credit License or as an Australian Credit Representative. Brokers are also required to be members of an industry association, either the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) or the Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA).

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eChoice has a network of brokers Australia-wide and convenient online service. They work with lenders large and small.
Finsure has a large panel of lenders and offers flexible mortgage solutions for borrowers.

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How is a mortgage broker paid?

Brokers are paid via an initial commission when you are approved for a home loan, as well as a trailing commission each year, based on the amount still owing on your mortgage.

These commissions are paid by the lender, not by you – so the cost to use a mortgage broker for you is free.

Find out more about how brokers are paid

How does a mortgage broker work?

Mortgage brokers have a duty of care to ensure that they match you with a loan that is ideal for your situation, so they will assess your finances before presenting you with a range of mortgage options.

Find out how mortgage brokers work

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