With over 25 years of experience in the Banking Industry, you are guaranteed to receive expert guidance at Loan Link. We can offer expert home loan advice and several property information guides to help you when you buy a home.
A Mortgage Broker is the middle person between a borrower and a lender, negotiating the loan on your behalf and helping you to find the right home loan for your needs. You can meet with a Mortgage broker at any point, whether you're just starting to think about buying your first home or looking to invest or refinance.
When you meet with a broker, they'll discuss your individual circumstances and mortgage needs. They'll then use our specialist Loan Qualifier software to compare hundreds of home loans to find the options most suited to you.
Get approved quickly, with our online pre-approval application you will save time and speed up the process of getting your home loan. Simply fill in the pre-approval online form and we will assess your circumstances and get back to you within 3 days.
Established in 2006, Loan Link has helped many clients find the right Loan Product to suit their needs and we continue to do so. We understand that trying to find and obtain finance can be an overwhelming and confusing experience.
At Loan Link, we focus on providing you with personal service and expert advice to assist you with funding options that will benefit your current situation. With a large network of lending institutions at our fingertips, we can assist you in making a well informed decision.
Why use Loan Link? Apart from choice and expert services, we’re qualified to work in the best interest of our clients and abide by a code of ethics. As part of our service to you, we may be able to save you time, money and the heartache that can be involved in finding a suitable solution.
Understanding how much borrowing capacity you have when buying your first home is an essential step for all newcomers to home ownership. The question of “How much can I borrow?” rears its ugly head for all new home buyers. As daunting as it can be, understanding your borrowing power is important –