Zak Janceski

Zak Janceski

As a business broking specialist, Zak can help you find finance for a commercial property, or any item related to running a business venture. His core areas of expertise are:

  • Commercial and business finance loans.
  • Property development loans.
  • Property investment loans.
  • Equipment and vehicle finance loans.
  • Residential property finance loans.

Zak looks at many different loans, and then pinpoints a competitive product that matches your business objectives – whether you’re starting a new business, growing an existing one, paying off debt, managing wages or buying equipment for a new commercial project.

He believes finding a commercial loan should be a stress-free experience, so you can stay focused on running your business. Zak holds a Commerce Degree from Curtin University and a Diploma in Marketing Management.

Contact Zak about finding the perfect loan for your business.


Zak's Blog

To Offset or not to Offset?
To Offset or not to Offset?
09 Sep 2014

You may have noticed a lot of hype around offset accounts lately.The NAB ran a campaign, telling us why offset accounts help to reduce interest on your mortgage. But are they really good for your mortgage’s health?

What’s an Offset Account? A transaction account linked to a home or investment loan. The balance of this transaction account is offset against the outstanding balance on your loan.An offset account is supposed to reduce the interest on your home or investment loan.

Capita mortgage broker heads to Bunbury
Capita mortgage broker heads to Bunbury
14 Aug 2018

Capita broker Daniel Cole will be making the move to Bunbury this month. We are thrilled to be able to provide an even greater level of service to families, individuals and business owners in the South West of WA, and know Daniel will do an amazing job.

Here’s what you need to know.

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.)