Stephen Geel

Stephen Geel

Stephen has been in the banking and finance sector for 21 years. He begins every new client relationship with a conversation about your needs and future goals.

This information helps him tailor a loan solution that is perfect for you – whether it’s an investment loan, a home loan or a newly refinanced loan that saves you more.

He believes you should enjoy finding your perfect property. And he believes finding competitive finance shouldn’t cause you any stress.

In his own words:

“I like being able to assist people to achieve their financial goals, own their family home and be the financial professional they can rely on.”

Stephen lives in WA with his wife and 3 children. He loves all sports, and is especially active in the Perth basketball community.

Contact Stephen for an obligation-free discussion about your next home or investment loan.



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5 tips for paying off ATO debt
5 tips for paying off ATO debt
02 Jun 2018

According to finder.com.au, the average Aussie household is approximately $250,000 in debt (as of 2016). On top of this, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is owed $35.3 billion in overdue debts from the Australian public (2013-14 data).

What many Australians don’t realise is that there are methods of managing debt, which can help alleviate the burden and help you to pay it off more efficiently.


Fixed or variable interest rates. What saves you more?
Fixed or variable interest rates. What saves you more?
13 Feb 2015

A lot of our clients have been asking us about the difference between fixed and variable interest rates – with interest rates at an all time low right now, it’s no surprise.

That’s why we’re looking at the key differences between fixed and variable interest rates, as well as guidelines for choosing between the two.


What you must never do when securing a personal loan
What you must never do when securing a personal loan
29 Sep 2017

You’ve probably noticed ads on television for online personal loans. If you dig a bit deeper you’ll find these loans tend to carry high interest rates, which can make them more expensive over the long term. 

These ‘payday’ loans are usually up to $2,000 and must be paid back within 16 days to 12 months. ASIC has a good article warning consumers about payday loans here. 


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