Adam Donald

Adam Donald

Adam is a multi-award winning mortgage broker backed by over 10 years of broking experience.

He researches and tailors finance that fits your individual situation, so you save more on your loan. Adam does this by comparing hundreds of loans from around 30 of Australia’s most trusted lenders.

Adam believes people should enjoy finding their perfect home or investment property. He also believes finding the perfect loan should be effortless.

In his own words:

"Every one of my clients is different, which means every financial structure is unique too. I help people by working out what suits them best in the long and short term, and making sure they save as much as possible on their loan."

Contact Adam for an obligation-free discussion at your home, or your office.



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“Thanks once more Adam for organising another loan for us;we really do appreciate your hard and continual work that you always do for us with a smile. Thanks a million..”

Danielle – Belmont

Adam Donald provided a professional service, he moved quickly to achieve the best rate and stayed in constant communication throughout. I would recommended him to others.

Mark H

“Thank you for your advice and organising my application. I’m sure you’ve done more and gone further than you needed to.”

Leanne – Nedlands

"Can’t believe how much we managed to save on our new home.”

Geniene - Dianella
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Adam's Blog

What you must never do when securing a personal loan
What you must never do when securing a personal loan
29 Sep 2017

You’ve probably noticed ads on television for online personal loans. If you dig a bit deeper you’ll find these loans tend to carry high interest rates, which can make them more expensive over the long term. 

These ‘payday’ loans are usually up to $2,000 and must be paid back within 16 days to 12 months. ASIC has a good article warning consumers about payday loans here. 


Two-thirds of home loan owners ‘at risk’
Two-thirds of home loan owners ‘at risk’
23 Sep 2016

Roy Morgan Research released a report this week about the risk dual income mortgagees’ face, when it comes to paying off their home loan.

The ‘State of the Nation- Spotlight on Finance Risk’ report stated that households, who rely heavily on two incomes to repay a home loan, are at potential risk of ‘mortgage-stress’.


Why we welcome ASIC mystery borrowers
Why we welcome ASIC mystery borrowers
29 Jan 2018

Remember when fast food chains had ‘undercover customers’ checking in on the quality of service at your local KFC? Well, that’s now the case for mortgage brokers in Australia.

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is set to release hundreds of undercover clients on brokers around the country.


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