As life gets busier and time becomes more precious, it's a no-brainer to want to find ways to make the complex more simplified.
That's why we are now offering an in-house mortgage broker to better serve you with your end-to-end financial needs.
Heading up the Mortgage & Lending department at SMART Business Solutions with over 15 years finance industry experience, Karlee provides strategic lending solutions collaborating with the SMART Financial Planning and Accounting team to achieve the best client outcomes.
Our holistic approach to taxation, accounting and financial planning means we bridge the gap in the client experience, eliminating the
frustration from delays that are often inevitable with multiple stakeholders involved in the lending process.
Put simply, our mortgage broker advisory can take the time and hassle out of hunting around for the right home loan ensuring we take into consideration your entire financial picture ensuring a better outcome for you.
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The RBA has made it known that interest rates are likely to stay low for a while yet; however, there is increasing evidence to suggest that they will need to rise sooner rather than later.
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