Pearl Jensen

Pearl Jensen

As a mortgage broker with over 20 years of experience, Pearl is well equipped to help you find the perfect loan for your home or investment property.

Pearl does this by investigating hundreds of loans from around 30 Australian lending institutions. She then pinpoints the most competitive loan product and guides you through the necessary paperwork – the whole process is effortless.

 “I enjoy bringing satisfaction to my customers by listening and addressing their personal and financial aspirations, then working with them to achieve their goals,” she said.

Pearl also makes sure the loan you choose is tailored to your individual requirements, as the terms of a loan contract can make a big difference to whether a loan is right for you.

With interest rates at record lows, it is also a good time to consider having your existing home loan reviewed. If cheaper rates are available, Pearl can help you refinance and save more over the term of your loan.

Contact Pearl to find out more about securing a home or investment loan.

"Our investment portfolio has grown in leaps and bounds since we chose a broker who actually understood what we needed."

Catherine and Mark - Floreat

"Getting the business off the ground couldn’t have happened without you."

Rob - Kalamunda

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

Ashley and Harrison - Midland

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

Sarah - Perth CBD

Pearl'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.

How does Capital Gains Tax work?
How does Capital Gains Tax work?
31 Oct 2015

Capital Gains Tax is one of the more confusing kinds of tax, especially if you’re not 100% savvy with how property taxes work.

If this is the case, this blog is for you.

What does the 2016 budget mean for borrowers?
What does the 2016 budget mean for borrowers?
13 May 2016

The 2016 Australian Federal Budget was released this month amidst criticism and controversy. Above-average income earners without children and families who earn around $125,000 come out on top, according to modelling conducted by NewsCorp.

But what about Aussie borrowers? We’ve taken a moment to look at what the new budget means for individuals and families paying off a mortgage.