Andrew Cox

Andrew Cox

Andrew finds you the perfect home loan, so you can get on with finding your perfect home. This means looking through hundreds of different loans to find one that matches your specific goals and budget.

“When one of my clients gets formal approval, and I know I had a big part in making this happen, that’s what satisfies me,” he said.

“I get a lot of joy out of assisting people with getting the finance they need, so they can enjoy the fruits of their hard work.”

Andrew has a background in construction, engineering and finance. He also holds a Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking and an FBAA membership.

Outside of finance, Andrew plays professional ice hockey. He moved to Western Australia from New Zealand many years ago, and loves every minute of living here.

Andrew can help you secure a competitive home or investment loan. Contact him for a free consultation at your home or office, at a time that suits you.

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

Bec and Alex - Sorrento

"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

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

Catherine and Mark - Floreat

Andrew's Blog

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.

Will the Australian election affect the housing market?
Will the Australian election affect the housing market?
06 Jul 2016

It’s understandable that Australians are feeling a sense of uncertainty after Saturday’s Federal election. If a hung parliament does eventuate, each major party will be scrambling to align with minor candidates in order to achieve a majority in the lower house.

When Government is formed this way, many argue that the party in power has a reduced mandate, which in turn, means greater instability within Parliament.

Why you shouldn’t follow interest rate trends
Why you shouldn’t follow interest rate trends
09 Feb 2018

New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics has found that the number of borrowers choosing to fix their home loan has declined since August 2017.

So why are fewer borrowers fixing their home loan rate? And what exactly does this mean for you? Here are the facts.