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. 



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

Renata and Hamish - Canningvale

"Appreciate your efforts helping me secure a home loan minus all the stress."

Varun - Bayswater

"I’ll be using you for my next investment property"

Sarah - Perth CBD

"Our investment portfolio has grown in leaps and bounds since we chose a broker who actually understood what we needed."

Catherine and Mark - Floreat
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Nick's Blog

Does Greek Crisis impact Australian Finance?
Does Greek Crisis impact Australian Finance?
03 Jul 2015

The crisis in Greece has been making waves in Australia and around the world. For one thing, most of the world believed Greece, the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the Eurozone finance ministers were going to strike a deal.

The deal in question was a loan of 7.2 billion Euros, which would help Greece pay outstanding loans. The loan was conditional upon a number of cuts and reforms designed to prevent similar situations from happening in the future.


4 trends for the 2018 property market
4 trends for the 2018 property market
22 Dec 2017

2017 is the year many of Australia’s hottest markets changed tune after a 5-year spell, with median house prices in Sydney stacking on $530,000 plus and Melbourne adding another $350,000. 

But what about the year ahead? We’ve highlighted some of the trends expected for 2018.


Do I need pre-approval?
Do I need pre-approval?
10 Nov 2017

If you’re looking to purchase a property at auction, or simply want to be confident when negotiating with real estate agents, pre-approval on your loan is the way to go.

Getting pre-approval on a loan will not only make you look more attractive to sellers, it will also give you more focus when searching for a property. Why? Simply because you will know what is within your budget, and won’t waste time looking at properties beyond your price range.


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