Adam Donald

Adam Donald

Adam is a multi-award winning mortgage broker backed by over 10 years of broking experience.

He researches and tailors finance that fits your individual situation, so you save more on your loan. Adam does this by comparing hundreds of loans from around 30 of Australia’s most trusted lenders.

Adam believes people should enjoy finding their perfect home or investment property. He also believes finding the perfect loan should be effortless.

In his own words:

"Every one of my clients is different, which means every financial structure is unique too. I help people by working out what suits them best in the long and short term, and making sure they save as much as possible on their loan."

Contact Adam for an obligation-free discussion at your home, or your office.


“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Adam and his team for making our recent purchase of our new home such a pleasure.”

Liam – Balga

“We had a chat with Adam Donald at Capita Finance and it was a real eye-opener. He showed us how we could make debt work for us.”

Peter – Mahogany Creek

"Can’t believe how much we managed to save on our new home.”

Geniene - Dianella

Adam Donald provided a professional service, he moved quickly to achieve the best rate and stayed in constant communication throughout. I would recommended him to others.

Mark H

Adam's Blog

Back in the 80’s
Back in the 80’s
30 Sep 2014

Did you know broking didn’t exist before the 80’s?

It all started because people wanted more loan options – so a group of people in Western Australia decided to do something about it.

What’s a bridging loan?
What’s a bridging loan?
21 Aug 2015

It’s fair to say that most property markets in Western Australia are firmly in the buyer’s corner. The even better news is that, with the right approach, buyers can capitalise on this slowed market.

The secret? Bridging loans.

Why you should be wary of interest only loans
Why you should be wary of interest only loans
26 May 2017

A study by JCP Investment Partnersestimates that ‘high risk’ borrowers, such as young professionals and young families, are taking out home loans that amount to over 6 times the average household income.