Michael Grinceri

Michael Grinceri

Michael believes the perfect home loan should save his clients more, while matching their individual finance goals.

“The household mortgage is such an important part of the family budget, and finding the right mortgage, be it for a new home or refinancing, can lead to big savings,” he said.

“Seeing clients realise those savings is enormously satisfying to me.”

Michael also believes that the process of finding a loan shouldn’t cause you any stress. This is why he guides you through the necessary paperwork, and compares hundreds of competing loans before pinpointing one that is right for you.

In the past, Michael studied sustainable technology and urban design, and is still very interested in these fields. He also loves playing basketball and indulging his inner sci-fi-fantasy geek.

Contact Michael about your next home or investment loan.



"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

"Getting a loan with great terms, to take my business to the next level of growth, was way easier than I expected."

Graham - Victoria Park

"Thanks for taking care of everything and helping us save extra cash for the reno’s."

Ling and Jayden - Scarborough
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Michael's Blog

How first homebuyers can get more back
How first homebuyers can get more back
03 Nov 2016

The Australian Bureau of Statistics revised key data recently, which indicated the volume of first homebuyers was actually lower than first reported. This is on the back of findings by the ABS, stating that first homebuyers were at record lows.

So what does this mean for first homebuyers still looking to get into the market? Our latest blog explores how this news from the ABS could just work for you, as well as further insights into first homebuyer analytics.


How to improve yields on your rental property investment
How to improve yields on your rental property investment
29 Sep 2016

Rental rates in Australia’s capital cities (except Melbourne, Canberra and Darwin) dropped even further in August of this year.*

Research analyst Cameron Kusher told CoreLogic that weak rental conditions are likely to persist over the next few months – especially given housing supply continues to grow.


How to go guarantor on a property
How to go guarantor on a property
23 Jan 2015

Many of our clients want to know how to go guarantor on a property. If you’re one of these people, this blog is designed to give you a solid overview of the process, as well as the risks involved.

What is a guarantor? A guarantor helps another person obtain a home loan by providing extra security support. The guarantor is considered a ‘third party’ in the home loan agreement.


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