FINANCE SOLUTIONS

WISEBERRY FINANCE

At Wiseberry, we understand that helping our clients find the right home is a part of us being different in the way we care.

In our endeavour to make the experience complete and to get you to owning your dream home, we have partnered ourselves with brokers who have access to a wide range of loans, including home loans, personal loans, car loans, from in excess of 50 different lenders that can provide competitive loans to meet your needs and financial goals.

The key to a successful purchasing outcome is to find a home loan specialist who can help you find the best deal.

The process is really easy. We will connect you with a local broker who is part of your community and who will help you find the best deal suited to your specific needs. All dealings are dealt with in total confidence and independent of your real estate transaction.

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CALCULATOR

HOW MUCH MONEY CAN I BORROW?

Ever wondered how much money you can borrow at this present moment?

Our calculator lets you know exactly how much you can borrow to make your dreams come true.

HOME LOANS CALCULATOR

WISEBERRY LOAN ADVANTAGES

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Independent local brokers
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Deal direct with a choice of lenders
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Feel comfortable dealing with trusted, licensed professionals
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Prompt response time
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Expert advice on products that suit your needs
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Guidance from start to finish
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Access to personal and car loans at competitive rates
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Add another advantage here

ACCESS TO 50+ LENDERS

*Wiseberry Financial Services is powered by My Local Broker Pty Ltd ATF My Local Broker Unit Trust ACN 605 003 174, Australian Credit License 481374.

TIPS AND ADVICE

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Buyers

What is a Cooling Off Period

The standard residential property transaction is known as a ‘Private Treaty’ sale. A private treaty sale allows the vendor to set a selling price and the agent to negotiate with individual prospective buyers to achieve a sale closest to the set price. 

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Buyers

Research Before You Buy

Research is a key step to buying a property of your own, regardless if you’re a seasoned investor or a first-home buyer.

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Buyers

Open Homes

Why should we attend home inspections, and what should you look for?