Greg McLean

Greg McLean

Greg has been in the world of finance for 40 years – in senior management roles such as branch accountant, financial controller and relationships manager.

Now, he’s the owner of a Capita franchise, and leads a dedicated team of mortgage brokers, passionate about helping borrowers in WA secure great savings on their loans.

“We support our clients by pinpointing a loan that aligns with their specific goals, which is why we have access to a high volume of loan products, including niche lenders,” he said. “Often, it’s the out of the box loan solutions that can save a client thousands over the term of their loan.”

Greg makes sure his brokers are equipped to deliver a high level of service, and believes building strong relationships with his team and his clients is the heart of good business.

When Greg isn’t at Capita, you’ll find him supporting his son at the ice hockey rink, planning travel adventures with his wife or walking his much-loved dog.

Talk to Greg today.

"It was such a relief having someone take the reins and look after everything."

Trevor - East Fremantle

"Thanks for helping us find the funds to start our very first business. It’s a dream come true."

Renata and Hamish - Canningvale

"The contract went amazingly well, thanks for getting the finance to fund the new equipment we needed."

Tim - Osborne Park

"Thanks again for helping me secure cheap finance for my vehicle."

Tom - Ocean Reef

Greg's Blog

Why fudging your mortgage application is a bad idea
Why fudging your mortgage application is a bad idea
21 Apr 2017

We’re not even going to bother with an intro sentence on this one.

The answer? Never, ever. Fudging figures or other information on a mortgage application is a mistake that costs a person more than they may initially realise.

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.

4 must-read tips for paying off a mortgage in Australia
4 must-read tips for paying off a mortgage in Australia
18 Feb 2016

There are plenty of blogs and advice columns explaining how to save for a deposit or take out a home loan for the first time, but what happens when you’ve secured one?

We believe that with the right approach, paying off a home loan doesn’t have to be stressful.