Leading Mortgage firm builds corporate structure

Venkat Raman –  venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz Owner-operated and family-owned companies often stop shy of expansion for fear of losing control but the step-by-step approach of a market leader in mortgage and insurance brokerage is becoming a source of inspiration and perhaps investor attention. It is also becoming a model in the finance sector. Auckland based Global Financial Services Limited (GFSL) is on…

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Ravi Mehta

Ravi Mehta, Director of Professional Financial Solutions Limited (PFSL) described the market for mortgage finance as ‘challenging,’ and that many of his company’s clients have benefited by expert guidance and professional advice. Mr Mehta said that his company provides services covering the financial needs of most people in the property market. “We get loans approved, negotiating the best possible price,…

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Deep Bajaj, Nayan Bhatt, Gurudutt Satigrama

It is incumbent on every mortgage and insurance broker to ensure compliance of the regulations in force, since integrity and discipline are vital to protect the safety of our financial system,” say Deep Bajaj and Nayan Bhatt, Mortgage & Insurance Specialists of Transparent Finance Limited (TFL) said. “We believe in being totally upfront and honest with our clientele. We put…

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Nathan Saminathan

Commercial bankers are the biggest competitors to mortgage brokers, since they negotiate rates if their customers have large deposits, Nathan Saminathan, Managing Director, Mortgage Masters Limited in Auckland said. “Banks offer favourable rates to customers with deposits of 20% or more. Of course, lenders are the biggest borrowers and need to pay attractive interest rates to keep their deposits. We…

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Home affordability improves

Supplied Content –  Massey University’s most recent Home Affordability Report, which surveyed the quarter to February 2016, showed an improvement in affordability nationally – with the index close to the level of the same quarter two years prior. Auckland’s median house value of $750,000 was a fall of $15,000, or 2%, when compared to the previous quarter but there had…

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