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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Are we skipping the starter home?
Are we skipping the starter home?
22 Jul 2016

USA Today published an article recently, which said more Americans are skipping the ‘starter’ home, and heading straight for their ‘second’ home. Thanks to a rise in affordable building prices in Australia, and a number of other factors, this may well be the case too.

But is it smarter to buy a starter home or a ‘second’ home first? We weigh up the pros and cons in our latest blog, so you can make your own decision.


2020: Commercial Property and Beyond
2020: Commercial Property and Beyond
16 Jan 2020

West Australia’s commercial property market, in particular Perth’s, has shown more stable footing throughout 2019, moving from the end of the resources boom, which magnified the need for commercial spaces and facilities.  


How do I grow my business with a loan?
How do I grow my business with a loan?
06 Jul 2017

There comes a point in the evolution of most businesses when an investment needs to be made in order to generate growth.

This is what some business coaches call ‘the small business conundrum’. (Head here for more on the challenges faced by small business owners.)


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