Daniel Cole

Daniel Cole

Daniel is an award-winning mortgage broker, who has been working within the finance industry since 2009.

He is passionate about making the home loan process as stress-free as possible, while also making sure you secure a loan that saves you more, and matches your goals.

His fresh take on working with clients means you get researched and tailored loan solutions, and as a result, peace of mind that the loan you have chosen is right for you.

“Whether my client’s needs are simple or complex, I provide solutions to their individual situation,” he told us.

“Removing the stress and making the process enjoyable is my aim.”

When Daniel isn’t exploring Perth’s amazing hiking trails with his wife, you’ll find him playing some kind of sport (probably volleyball!).

He’s been in state and national volleyball leagues for the past 5 years, and also loves watching motor sports in his free time.

Kick start your finance with Daniel today.



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EOFY in focus for Australian homebuyers
EOFY in focus for Australian homebuyers
19 Jun 2015

The end of financial year is already upon us, which in our opinion, makes it a great time to review how Australian borrowers have fared over the past 12 months. Not to mention, what’s in store for next financial year.

The 2014/15 Financial Year in focus Big things happened in Australian finance during the 2014/15 financial year. Here’s what made our top 5:


25000 Reasons to Build or Renovate
25000 Reasons to Build or Renovate
05 Jun 2020

Thanks to the federal government, Aussies will now be offered a $25,000 grant to build a new home or undertake renovations.  


Why is APRA cracking down on interest-only loans?
Why is APRA cracking down on interest-only loans?
06 Apr 2017

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), which regulates banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions, has cracked down on interest-only home loans in Australia. APRA made the announcement to the banks on March 31.

Our latest blog explains why APRA has done this, and what the move means for borrowers.


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