Great Rate, With A Terrible Headache

Posted on November 28, 2007 by | 1 Comment

Shannyn Hunter - Conveyancerby Shannyn Hunter
Conveyancer
shannyn@lawyersconveyancing.com.au
Lawyers Conveyancing 


Imagine my client’s glee when he received pre-approval for a loan to buy his first home.  The broker had found him a low rate – he hadn’t been able to borrow enough from the major lenders – and had promised the world.


Fast forward three months, and he’d missed several days of work to satisfy the banks requirements, and was at risk of losing the property twice due to the broker’s lack of knowledge, adequate explanation and inability to deliver on what they had promised.  Settlement happened on time but only after firm words and welcome intervention from the bank after they were informed of the broker’s incompetence.


With a bit of research and a lot more in terms of customer service this could have been a far less stressful process.  In general, non-major lenders can offer a cheaper interest rate, but the price consumers pay are the extra hurdles to leap before the bank will provide funds at settlement. A great deal is yours as long as you know what to expect and how to avoid mini-catastrophes.


So where did my client go wrong and how can it be avoided? Click on the link to see how on the Lawyers Real Estate Website.

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    What must stick in the craw most is that this bludging broker would have scored a heap more commission than you did in fees for a tenth of the time and effort. Plus he’ll probably be picking up a not-to-be-sneezed-at trailing commission for years to come.

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