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  • Profile photo of James24James24
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    We are looking for a good mortgage broker to meet with in the Inner Sydney area.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks a bunch

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    I believe Terryw is Sydney based.

    Mortgage Hunter is in Newcastle and then there are others who are further afield. In today’s world it is possible to ‘do business’ from afar.

    Derek
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    Profile photo of Mortgage HunterMortgage Hunter
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    It is a shame that I am meeting less and less of my clients. I genuinely enjoy getting to know people over a cup of tea and a chat.

    Simon Macks
    Residential and Commercial Finance Broker
    ***NODOC @ 7.15% to 70% LVR***
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    0425 228 985

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    Profile photo of Richard TaylorRichard Taylor
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    Simon

    I am the same as you. I recon it is less than 10% these days.

    Can’t drink coffee alone.

    Richard Taylor
    Residential & Commercial Finance Broker
    **Lodoc Commercial loans from 7.39%**
    Licensed Financial Planner
    Ph: 07 3720 1888
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    Considering what you do for us Richard, I’d be happy to be your coffee buddy every day of the week![biggrin]

    Cheers,

    Adam

    Oasis Finance
    for your Vendor Finance solutions
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    Profile photo of Richard TaylorRichard Taylor
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    Adam

    Always a pleasure and i must admit i am getting rather partial to Mango frappes.

    Richard Taylor
    Residential & Commercial Finance Broker
    **Lodoc Commercial loans from 7.39%**
    Licensed Financial Planner
    Ph: 07 3720 1888
    [email protected]

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    Profile photo of Just LearningJust Learning
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    Originally posted by Mortgage Hunter:

    It is a shame that I am meeting less and less of my clients. I genuinely enjoy getting to know people over a cup of tea and a chat.

    Would thoroughly recomend Simon Macks, just finalised a refinace deal through him on Friday. My situation was apparently fairly straightforward (but still complicated to me ). Met him once, a while back, mainly due to me travelling to Newcastle for work, and from what I can pick up he really tries hard for people in fringe/difficult situations. Not sure if he travels to Sydney to see clients.

    After the initial meeting most corro was via phone or email, so location doesn’t matter that much. My finance was finalised via someone in Melbourne who dealt with the Adelaide Mortgage Centre of one of the major banks. Doesn’t matter to me, I still went up to my local branch and signed the papers and established contact with someone there.

    However, stress that I have “”met the man that runs the store”” – for me thats important, because I’m an old school ” fuddy duddy”” . Others may be happy to just deal remotely, but then they miss out on the rumoured cold beers that are supposed to be in the fridge in Simon’s office.

    regards,

    Paul

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    Originally posted by Just Learning:

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    they miss out on the rumoured cold beers that are supposed to be in the fridge in Simon’s office.

    Tis only a rumour[biggrin]

    If you go to Simon’s for the cold beer you will be disappointed.

    Derek
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    Profile photo of Colin GowanColin Gowan
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    Hi Guys,
    My favourite creditor and one of my best business mentors asks me to drop in once a month for a chat and to update him on our business situation.
    The knowledge and listening ear is well worth 3 pizzas and 2 L Pepsi.
    Plus having a creditor who listens and provides ideas and assistance around problems is invaluable.
    Perhaps gentlemen you need to expand your business view and offer mentoring services to your clients.
    Just a thought after all there is no problem with using your services once but what if you could get them to their goals faster?
    There perhaps is an opportunity to be had?[wacko][weird][wha][specool]

    Your friend Colin,
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    Fax 0246531079
    Mobile 0425201055 (best contact as always working).
    For all your CLEANING and GARDENING work.

    Profile photo of James24James24
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    Thanks all of you for your replies and advice.

    Very much appreciated.

    Cheers and all that jazz!

    James

    Profile photo of TerrywTerryw
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    Hi
    I am based in Sydney, but am currently in Thailand for a another week or so.

    Terryw
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    Profile photo of Stuart MilneStuart Milne
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    I already provide my clients with regular updates either via email or snail mail as they prefer. I also offer my services to them for “mentoring” or management assistance in relation to their loans.

    I also conduct Regular Reviews on their loans for them annually to ensure their loan is still up to date and right for their situation. It’s funny how a little bit of old fashioned service seems to go a long way in todays fast paced world.

    I must admit though it is always nice to have a face to face client, especially when they make great coffee (I’m with you on that one Richard) but todays society seems to promote more and more remoteness when dealing with others. It always seems to be either via the net or phone, fax and mobile. Whatever happened to a good old fashioned sit down visit?

    Oh well enough reminiscing the phone awaits!

    Stuart Milne
    Non-Conforming Specialist
    READY Mortgages
    http://www.readymortgages.com.au
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    Mob: 0404 056 055

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    “business from afar” very well said :D

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