Craig Peverall

Craig Peverall

Craig started his career in the mortgage broking industry in 1988. Today, he continues to assist borrowers in Western Australia find the perfect home loan, without any stress.

He achieves this by comparing loan products from around 30 of the most trusted and competitive lenders in Australia. Of course, he also considers your individual finance goals when pinpointing the best loan product for you.

Craig specialises in home loans and investment loans for people in the Northern suburbs of Western Australia.

Craig believes niche lenders often offer great savings and terms for borrowers. These lesser known, but equally trusted lenders are a great finance solution for borrowers who are self-employed or have ‘out-of-the-box’ circumstances.

Contact Craig about securing finance for your next home or investment property.



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Craig's Blog

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.)


How much should I earn to borrow $500 to $600,000?
How much should I earn to borrow $500 to $600,000?
26 Aug 2016

We spotted this question on a well-known Australian finance forum recently, and thought we’d ask Capita General Manager and banker turned long term broker, Gill McLean, to answer it for us.

Of course, in the real world, borrowers have complex and unique circumstances that must be considered when determining how much they are eligible to borrow.


How do interest rates work?
How do interest rates work?
28 Oct 2016

It may sound like a simple question, but there is more to interest rates than meets the eye. This is why we took time out to examine how interest rates work, and what organisations have a hand in determining them.

If you have a question or insight about interest rates, please feel free to leave a comment in the section below.


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