I've already got a mortgage so what use is a mortgage broker?

Why one Melbourne Mortgage Broker is choosing not to diversify.

This year the mortgage broking industry has been absorbed by the topic of diversification. Australia’s evolving and changing economic climate has presented some challenging times for those in the broking and finance industries., Read More

Banks continue to move on rates

One of the big four banks has significantly reduced fixed rates for investors, while a non-major has targeted owner-occupiers with new pricing. Read More

Three Questions to Ask Your Broker When Applying For a Low Doc Home Loan

Low doc home loans can be used for the purchase, refinance or renovation of both residential and commercial properties, and have been converting Australia's 1.2 million sole traders' home ownership dreams to reality since the early 2000's. Read More

Focused on mortgages

In Melbourne’s beautiful Albert Park close to the lush and leafy St Vincent Gardens, sits award-winning boutique brokerage Picket Fence Finance. At the helm are directors Cameron Stillman and David Kearns, who cater to clients in Bayside and its surrounding south-eastern neighbourhoods. Read More

PODCAST: The Low Doc Home Loan Specialists.

If you're one of Australia's 1.2 million sole traders and are seeking advice on a low doc loan, phone Picket Fence Finance on (03) 9696 3007. It will only take a couple of minutes to determine your eligibility, and you could be on your way to securing the home loan that's right for you. Read More

What does it cost to use a Mortgage Broker?

Picket Fence Finance - The Low Doc Home Loan Specialists

Specialising in low doc applications Picket Fence Finance Directors, David Kearns and Cameron Stillman, understand how low doc loans bridge the gap between proof of income and home ownership, offering a life line to self-employed people who don't have the same verification of income a standard PAYG applicant has. Read More

Westpac announces major home lending changes

PODCAST: Interest rates are down in May 2016, should I re-finance my mortgage?