Nick Constantine

Nick Constantine

If you want someone to find you a loan, without any stress, Nick is the right broker for you. His goal is to find you a loan that matches your specific goals, so you can get on with finding your perfect home, or running your business.

“There’s enough to worry about when it comes to life and business, I take pride in the finance side being efficient and stress free, especially for first home owners,” he said.

Honesty is a very important part of his broking service. To him, this means giving you the information you need to make informed decisions about your finance, so you get the most out of your loan.

Before broking, Nick completed a Bachelor of Business at ECU, majoring in Marketing and Management. He also holds a Diploma in Financial Services (Finance and Mortgage Broking Management).

When Nick isn’t helping people find a loan, he’s fishing, watching AFL, enjoying a wine or taking in Perth’s great outdoors.

Talk to Nick about your next loan today. 

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

Ling and Jayden - Scarborough

"Even though the bank knocked us back, you found us a mortgage we could afford. Relieved we found you."

Ashley and Harrison - Midland

"Love my little apartment and so relieved I had you looking after my first (ever) home loan."

Theresa - Como

"I’ll be using you for my next investment property"

Sarah - Perth CBD
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Nick's Blog

How to use all-time low interest rates to save big on your home loan
How to use all-time low interest rates to save big on your home loan
01 Nov 2014

Interest rates are at the lowest rate in 50 years, giving homeowners some much-needed breathing room.

If you’re looking to save more, now is a good time to take stock of your home loan to ensure you’re taking advantage of all possible savings.

Royal Commission may mean increased mortgage rates
Royal Commission may mean increased mortgage rates
15 Dec 2017

The Government has green lit a Royal Commission into the Australian finance industry, after intense scrutiny into the conduct of the Big Four Banks. 

The banks admitted that a commission would be necessary to help restore the public’s opinion of the banking sector, in the wake of recent scandals.

Can we learn from New Zealand?
Can we learn from New Zealand?
01 May 2015

New Zealand finance minister Bill English recently touted the idea of introducing home loan limits to help tame the Australian property market.

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand implemented home loan limits in late 2013 as part of their ‘macro-prudential policy’. In short, they capped the ‘loan to value ratio’ of home loans in order to cool the housing market. (Find out more on ‘loan to value ratio’ or LVR here.)