CONSULTANT AT A GLANCE
After completing a season of cricket internationally the next step in my professional career was to establish myself within an industry that provided the same exhilaration and fulfilment.
But why Finance?
Building relationships and facilitating client’s goals and aspirations free of charge is why I gravitated towards the industry. From assisting with a loan that enables a vision for a small business owner, to educating first home buyers about the process of borrowing money and being able to share and contribute to another’s dream is why finance broking is so rewarding.
PAUL & LIZ
Paul and Liz had just welcomed their first child into the world when an amazing opportunity arose for Paul to accept a position as the Head of Sport at a top private school in Albany. Hailing from Perth this was going to be a big move at an inopportune time. We needed to do all we could to ensure they could transition to their new home and life smoothly, ideally before the start of the new school term.
With Paul starting a brand new job and Liz no longer working full time, arranging the finance was a challenge, however, after a great deal of back and forth, Commonwealth Bank provided a solution that best suited their needs. The couple couldn’t be happier with the outcome for their new family, with Paul especially thrilled with his new Commonwealth Bank Netbank App which has really allowed him to budget his finances since settlement.
“ELLIOT AND THE TEAM AT BESPOKE FINANCE, WERE ATTENTIVE AND FOCUSED ON HELPING US PURCHASE OUR DREAM HOME. THERE WERE NO QUESTIONS LEFT UNANSWERED AND NO OBSTACLE TOO BIG FOR THEM TO WORK THROUGH.”
Bronwyn is a mother of three who has grown an impressive investment portfolio over the past 35 years. Bronwyn felt it was important to start reducing debt levels and building equity within her properties.
By restructuring her current Investment lending, we were able to transition repayments from interest only to principle and interest without significantly impacting cashflow. With her new lending, Bronwyn is now saving over $21k in annual interest and is extremely happy with the fact she is now making significant inroads into debt level reduction.