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

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.

What if I have low borrowing power?
What if I have low borrowing power?
31 Oct 2015

Like any industry, the finance world has its jargon. We believe it’s important for people in Australia to understand the terms used to describe home loans and other products in the finance sector. This is why we’re taking a moment to look at the term borrowing power.

What does it mean? How can you benefit from it? And what can you do if your borrowing power is low? Read on to find out.

How much can I borrow?
How much can I borrow?
10 Jun 2016

When it comes to working out how much a lender will allow you to borrow, there are no hard and fast rules that apply across the board.

Instead, each lender is likely to have its own criteria, which it uses to determine if you are an eligible borrower, and if so, how much you are allowed to borrow.