Before you start the journey of investing in property, you need to ensure you’re market ready. You need to know if you’re in a position to jump on an opportunity, or what you need to put in place before you can act. Maybe you have some untapped equity that can positively affect your serviceability and how the bank sees you as a potential client.
If you are going to be a property investor, you want a financial strategist/mortgage broker that understands your goals and who can give you the advice you require. Often it's not a matter of hunting for the lowest possible mortgage rate to save on interest costs, but aligning yourself with a lender who is open to helping you grow a portfolio and reach your full financial potential.
Knowing your financial health and your ability to move forward will only speed up your property investing process.
Luke Jorgensen - Lush Property
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