Daniel Eigenmann

Daniel Eigenmann

Daniel is about crafting tailored finance solutions, which are highly competitive and match your individual goals. He doesn’t care how much time or legwork is required on his part, so long as he makes the process effortless for his clients.

“I endeavor to make the whole process of finding, selecting and applying for a loan as smooth and hassle-free as possible,” he said.

“This often means sifting through hundreds of home loan products to find one that meets my client’s needs.”

Before starting a family in Australia, Daniel worked around the world in places such as Europe, the US and Asia. He majored in Finance at the University of St Gallen in Switzerland and speaks French, English and German.

Contact Daniel about securing a loan for your home or investment property.


Thanks Daniel for your help in transferring my loan. Everything went very smoothly and you were very responsive to all of my questions. Having the meetings at my workplace also made the switch much less stressful.

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Daniel's Blog

Is a low home loan deposit good?
Is a low home loan deposit good?
20 Feb 2015

On the back of home loan deposits in Australia dropping to record lows, we’re asking the question, ‘is a low home loan deposit good or bad’? We realise most of life happens somewhere between the black and white, so we’ll give you the facts, then let you decide.

The past 6 months You may have noticed that minimum deposits for home loans are getting, well, more minimal. In the past 6 months alone, some lenders have dropped their minimum deposit amount to as low as 5%.

Capita Finance Solutions takes out the hattrick at the Better Business Awards
Capita Finance Solutions takes out the hattrick at the Better Business Awards
16 Mar 2018

Capita Finance Solutions has won three awards at the 2018 Better Business Awards.

As a company in its infancy, Capita has grown at a pace that no one could predict in what has essentially been the toughest market the industry has seen in years.

WA Economy Knocked from Top Spot?
WA Economy Knocked from Top Spot?
20 Nov 2014

Western Australia is no longer Australia’s top performer in the economic-stakes, according to a recent report from CommSec.

New South Wales trumped our mineral-rich state, rising from number 3 to the number 1 spot.According to previous CommSec reports, WA had held the number 1 position since July 2011. What does this mean for WA? The findings should come as no surprise to many Australians, given the slow pace of the mining and construction sector.Mining production and home building has overtaken the traditionally strong economic player.WA remains second the list, along with the Northern Territory, which is also driven by mining-investment. Housing a key factor Momentum in NSW is largely due to its active housing sector.The market is said to be catching up after ‘under-building’ for many years. Queensland & Victoria Queensland and Victoria are in the second tier group, according to the CommSec report, with no significant difference in economic performance.Growth in Victoria has been capped by high unemployment, despite a home building sector driven by high population growth.Queensland is said to be constrained by slow population growth and a soft job market. The bottom 3 The ACT now joins South Australia and Tasmania in the third bracket, coming in after South Australia.The ACT is feeling the effects of a weak job market, not to mention a decrease in consumer confidence.The report does indicate that South Australia and Tasmania’s unemployment rates are easing, which is encouraging. For more economic insights visit our blog. Or for support with finding the right home loan in Australia, talk to a Capita mortgage broker.