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As a New Zealand mortgage broker I have a real interest in finance including home loans, interest rates, the property market and of course what creates different situations.

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The CEO Award For Stuart Wills, Auckland Mortgage Broker

The CEO Award For Stuart Wills, Auckland Mortgage Broker Mortgage Supply company held their annual awards dinner this week and Stuart was pleasantly surprised to received the CEO award. The award is one that is given at the CEO’s discretion. Given that Stuart Wills and the team from Mortgage Supply Hobsonville have only been part
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With Trump In Change Our Home Loan Interest Rates Could Increase

With Trump In Charge Our Home Loan Interest Rates Could Increase The local financial markets are waiting to see what will happen with our home loan interest rates. Of course on Thursday 10th November our Reserve Bank reduced the Official Cash Rate, but more importantly on Wednesday 9th November we saw Trump be elected as
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How To Improve Your Finances One Step At A Time

How To Improve Your Finances One Step At A Time If you feel you’re stuck in a rut and cannot seem to improve your finances then you have to read this. Of course there are plenty of complex budgeting tools around and expensive ‘experts’ able to give you advice on getting your finances in order,
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There Are Bank Alternatives For Home Loans In New Zealand

There Are Bank Alternatives For Home Loans In New Zealand With all the rules and criteria that Kiwi banks now have there are times when people need to start looking at bank alternatives. These alternatives are generally provided by the non-bank mortgage lenders, by finance companies, mortgage trusts, credit unions, some private lenders and now
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What Happened To The New Zealand Mortgage Brokers Association?

The NZMBA was established in 1997 to represent the interests of mortgage advisers and to promote the growth of the mortgage broking industry in New Zealand. The number of loans through brokers grew substantially from 1991, when only 1 per cent of loans were broker-processed, to 7 per cent in 1996 and 27 per cent
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