Andrew has lived on the Sunshine Coast for over 15 years and worked as a Network Design Engineer with a major telecommunications provider. After deciding it was time for a change and having bought and sold multiple properties over the years, he realised this personal experience could lead to him assisting others with understanding the lending market, putting the complexities of the industry into layman’s terms.
Andrew’s passion is to relieve people of the financial stresses that come from having multiple streams of personal debt such as home loans, credit cards , personal loans and vehicle leases. When combined as separate debts, these can leave the end user overwhelmed and the resolution can sometimes be as simple as consolidating into an existing Home Loan. As a pathway to wealth, Andrew agrees that property is an untapped game changer for those who don’t know how to navigate this territory and wants to assist as many people as he can to achieve their dreams.
When Andrew made his decision to become a Mortgage Broker on the Sunshine coast, servicing all areas of Australia, he could see only one choice and that was joining Mortgage Masters Queensland. Andrew and Paul have known each other for almost 15 years and during this time Andrew watched and utilised Mortgage Masters services, so there was no other choice but to join forces with the best in the business. He has completed his Cert IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40815) and is an active member of the MFAA (Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia). Andrew lives in Peachester with his fiancée and their hobby farm of rescue animals, enjoying the lifestyle options the Sunshine Coast has to offer.
Every person is an individual
and as such, come with different circumstances when assessing their lending
requirements — there is no one option that fits all — so contact Andrew to
assist with your property, asset, refinancing/debt consolidation or commercial
finance needs. It costs nothing to know your options so we look forward to
working with you.
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