Steve is an experienced and supportive mortgage broker backed by over 14 years of experience.
He is passionate about assisting clients achieve their life ever-changing lifetime dreams.
Steven believes communication is truly key in supporting his clients, especially the First Home Buyers, who are yet to have experienced the process.
With experience across all spectrums of finance, he can assist clients from all walks of life. Whether it be a first home buyer, a savvy investor, or a commercialclient looking for business finance, Steve is ready to help.
In his own words:
"Providing clients with accurate and informative product knowledge, plus being able to give clients the real choice of where their Home Loans, Investment Loans, and related finance is provided from. The client always comes first with choice."
Steve is an avid member of the Fremantle Dockers banner team, and you will find him on match day out there making and holding the banners.
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All around the world soccer fanatics are gearing up for the FIFA World Cup Final on Monday. Of course, even if you’re not a fan, you’ve probably noticed something’s up.
Maybe you heard that upon beating Sweden in the quarterfinals, English soccer fans stormed an Ikea in the UK.Yep, they trashed a whole lot of affordable home wares and furniture to celebrate the end of a 10-year cold streak.
Commonwealth Bank’s Michael Blyther believes so. Saying that “monetary policy stimulus is clearly working for the housing market”. CBA’s Household Spending Intentions (HSI) data release has outlined that home buying intention is continuing at a positive rate. The overall report presented has outlined that we may very well have hit the beginning of a ‘gentle upturn’. The report has backed the Reserve Bank of Australia’s view that the market may have finally slowed and is ready to turn around in a positive direction. The data recorded has jumped back up to the 2017 high that existed before the decline through 2018. It is expected that these levels of intention can be reported as growing even further with the additional rate cut periods, as the current report shows data up until the end of October 2019.