Craig Peverall

Craig Peverall

Craig started his career in the mortgage broking industry in 1988. Today, he continues to assist borrowers in Western Australia find the perfect home loan, without any stress.

He achieves this by comparing loan products from around 30 of the most trusted and competitive lenders in Australia. Of course, he also considers your individual finance goals when pinpointing the best loan product for you.

Craig specialises in home loans and investment loans for people in the Northern suburbs of Western Australia.

Craig believes niche lenders often offer great savings and terms for borrowers. These lesser known, but equally trusted lenders are a great finance solution for borrowers who are self-employed or have ‘out-of-the-box’ circumstances.

Contact Craig about securing finance for your next home or investment property.



"You guys seriously were our fairy godmother! The kids love the new house, and so do we."

Bec and Alex - Sorrento

"The contract went amazingly well, thanks for getting the finance to fund the new equipment we needed."

Tim - Osborne Park

"Appreciate your efforts helping me secure a home loan minus all the stress."

Varun - Bayswater

"We are so excited about moving into our first place! Can’t believe how easy it all was."

Janelle - Queens Park
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Craig's Blog

Are we skipping the starter home?
Are we skipping the starter home?
22 Jul 2016

USA Today published an article recently, which said more Americans are skipping the ‘starter’ home, and heading straight for their ‘second’ home. Thanks to a rise in affordable building prices in Australia, and a number of other factors, this may well be the case too.

But is it smarter to buy a starter home or a ‘second’ home first? We weigh up the pros and cons in our latest blog, so you can make your own decision.


Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
16 May 2015

Want to know who is passing on interest rate cuts? We’ve taken a look at who’s making life easier for borrowers and who’s taking the hard line.

RBA cuts interest rates to 2%On May 6 the The Reserve Bank of Australia cut interest rates by 25 basis points, bringing rates to a record low 2%. According to the RBA, Interest rates (also known as ‘the cash rate’) are an instrument used to regulate monetary policy.


Why possible rate cuts could be harmful to borrowers
Why possible rate cuts could be harmful to borrowers
09 Mar 2018

Duncan Hughes of the Australian Financial Review wrote on Tuesday that major lenders may well follow in the footsteps of the Commonwealth Bank, cutting interest-only mortgage rates in a bid to reclaim market share.

This is on the back of APRA’s decision to cap investor lending at 10%, which impacted the big banks more than they expected.


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