Big Deal

  • A Big Deal: Ashleigh Aulsebrook and Richard Aulsebrook

    How one Melbourne couple made one client's dream come true

  • A Big Deal: Mark Hayes

    Last year, COVID-19 caused many construction lenders to retreat from the market. So Mark Hayes, director of Right Angle Group, turned to leading non-bank financier Trilogy Funds to provide a lending solution for his client’s residential apartment development

  • A Big Deal: Andy Truong

    Andy Truong has nearly 15 years’ experience in banking and broking, and this year he switched aggregators to join nMB. He recently assisted a client whose existing lender couldn’t help when he needed to restructure his loans to keep his home

  • A Big Deal: Andrew Paterson

    Personal loans can provide the missing link when borrowers need extra financial support to achieve their homeownership goal. Broker Andrew Paterson of Geelong’s Aussiewide Financial Services found that NOW Finance offered the ideal solution for his clients

  • A big deal: Luke Heavey by Luke Heavey

    A stable career and strong income doesn’t mean approval is a shoe-in, explains senior finance consultant at Orium Finance

  • A Big Deal: David Thurmond by David Thurmond

    Owner-manager of Mortgage Choice in Berwick says his deal for an investor with multiple cross-securitised properties takes the cake for complexity

  • A Big Deal: Nancy Youssef by Nancy Youssef

    Nancy Youssef, founder and director of Classic Finance, found herself on the other side of the world when dealing with a client’s complex needs – and then things really went pear-shaped

  • A Big Deal: Charlie Loveridge by Charlie Loveridge

    When it comes to buying or selling a home, good preparation is key. Charlie Loveridge, senior credit adviser at Shore Financial, explains why it’s important to ensure homebuyers negotiate a lengthy settlement so they have enough time to sell other assets before taking out a new loan

  • A Big Deal: Tony Caab by Tony Caab

    Tony Caab, adviser at Smartline, explains why it's important to prepare for a high level of scrutiny when assessors review your applications, and why utilising your BDM and credit scenarios team is key to minimising credit surprises

  • A Big Deal: Alycia Inglis by Alycia Inglis

    Alycia Inglis, director at Stoneturn, explains why it is important to educate your clients on the complexity and potential length of the loan application process