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.


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

Geniene - Dianella

“We had a chat with Adam Donald at Capita Finance and it was a real eye-opener. He showed us how we could make debt work for us.”

Peter – Mahogany Creek

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

Adam's Blog

4 trends for the 2018 property market
4 trends for the 2018 property market
22 Dec 2017

2017 is the year many of Australia’s hottest markets changed tune after a 5-year spell, with median house prices in Sydney stacking on $530,000 plus and Melbourne adding another $350,000. 

But what about the year ahead? We’ve highlighted some of the trends expected for 2018.

What is rental yield and why you need to know it
What is rental yield and why you need to know it
16 Feb 2018

If you’re on the hunt for an investment property, you’ve probably stumbled on the words, ‘rental yield’. The term is important to understand, especially if you’re an investor, or planning to become one.

This week we’re explaining how to calculate rental yield, so you can make smarter decisions around your investment.

Will rates rise in Australia?
Will rates rise in Australia?
17 Apr 2018

Interest rates have stayed on hold in Australia for a record period of time, but finance heads speculate this could change thanks to an increase in global interest rates.

In March, Former Treasurer Peter Costello told the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) that as a nation, our economy is vulnerable to increasing global interest rates.