Nick Constantine

Nick Constantine

If you want someone to find you a loan, without any stress, Nick is the right broker for you. His goal is to find you a loan that matches your specific goals, so you can get on with finding your perfect home, or running your business.

“There’s enough to worry about when it comes to life and business, I take pride in the finance side being efficient and stress free, especially for first home owners,” he said.

Honesty is a very important part of his broking service. To him, this means giving you the information you need to make informed decisions about your finance, so you get the most out of your loan.

Before broking, Nick completed a Bachelor of Business at ECU, majoring in Marketing and Management. He also holds a Diploma in Financial Services (Finance and Mortgage Broking Management).

When Nick isn’t helping people find a loan, he’s fishing, watching AFL, enjoying a wine or taking in Perth’s great outdoors.

Talk to Nick about your next loan today. 

"Even though the bank knocked us back, you found us a mortgage we could afford. Relieved we found you."

Ashley and Harrison - Midland

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

Renata and Hamish - Canningvale

"Getting the business off the ground couldn’t have happened without you."

Rob - Kalamunda

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

Tom - Ocean Reef
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Nick's Blog

How To Save For Your First Home Loan
How To Save For Your First Home Loan
22 Dec 2020

This year has been a challenge for many, to say the least. We have endured global uncertainty and faced the consequences in our everyday lives.

How to save more on my car loan
How to save more on my car loan
20 Oct 2017

Many of our clients come to us wanting assistance with securing a vehicle loan that saves them more, and matches their goals.

So we decided to partner with a vehicle finance company that could provide our clients with the kind of finance that helps them do just that, while also helping people save more on the actual purchase price of a new vehicle.

Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
16 May 2015

Want to know who is passing on interest rate cuts? We’ve taken a look at who’s making life easier for borrowers and who’s taking the hard line.

RBA cuts interest rates to 2%On May 6 the The Reserve Bank of Australia cut interest rates by 25 basis points, bringing rates to a record low 2%. According to the RBA, Interest rates (also known as ‘the cash rate’) are an instrument used to regulate monetary policy.