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.


"Even though the bank knocked us back, you found us a mortgage we could afford. Relieved we found you."

Ashley and Harrison - Midland

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

Renata and Hamish - Canningvale

"Getting the business off the ground couldn’t have happened without you."

Rob - Kalamunda

"I’ll be using you for my next investment property"

Sarah - Perth CBD

Zak's Blog

Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
Who is passing on interest rates cuts?
16 May 2015

Want to know who is passing on interest rate cuts? We’ve taken a look at who’s making life easier for borrowers and who’s taking the hard line.

RBA cuts interest rates to 2%On May 6 the The Reserve Bank of Australia cut interest rates by 25 basis points, bringing rates to a record low 2%. According to the RBA, Interest rates (also known as ‘the cash rate’) are an instrument used to regulate monetary policy.

How to use all-time low interest rates to save big on your home loan
How to use all-time low interest rates to save big on your home loan
01 Nov 2014

Interest rates are at the lowest rate in 50 years, giving homeowners some much-needed breathing room.

If you’re looking to save more, now is a good time to take stock of your home loan to ensure you’re taking advantage of all possible savings.

Asset Write-off Extension
Asset Write-off Extension
24 Jun 2020

To stimulate business investment and spending in the Australian economy, the government has extended the $150,000 asset write-off until 31 December 2020. The additional six months will allow businesses more breathing room to take advantage of this benefit.