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.



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

Renata and Hamish - Canningvale

"Getting a loan with great terms, to take my business to the next level of growth, was way easier than I expected."

Graham - Victoria Park

"You guys seriously were our fairy godmother! The kids love the new house, and so do we."

Bec and Alex - Sorrento

"We are so excited about moving into our first place! Can’t believe how easy it all was."

Janelle - Queens Park
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Zak's Blog

Does property double every 7 years in Australia?
Does property double every 7 years in Australia?
03 Mar 2016

Does property double every 7 years? Most savvy property investors know this is not the case in Australia. But is there some grain of truth behind this idea?

According to real estate commentator Michael Yardley, capital growth is the key reason people choose to invest in residential property. After all, every investor plays the game for some kind of return.


How much can I borrow?
How much can I borrow?
10 Jun 2016

When it comes to working out how much a lender will allow you to borrow, there are no hard and fast rules that apply across the board.

Instead, each lender is likely to have its own criteria, which it uses to determine if you are an eligible borrower, and if so, how much you are allowed to borrow.


4 tips to help you reduce your mortgage
4 tips to help you reduce your mortgage
18 Aug 2017

As someone with a mortgage, you’re probably well aware of the forward thinking and consistency needed to pay it off.

If you’ve been doing just that, you’re doing a great job.


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