Mortgage Broker Sydney
What Makes OneSite Unique?
Long Term Partnerships
OneSite Finance started in 2005. Our Mortgage Brokers are trained to the highest standards. In each one you will find a long term partner. Someone who will look after your current as well as your future needs.
We Have Been In Your Shoes
All our Staff Members and Brokers have personal experience in buying and selling property. We have all walked many miles in your shoes and know how you feel. We know how complicated things can get.
This is why your Mortgage Broker will answer your calls - 7 days a week.
Exceptional Lender Relationships
OneSite was established in 2005. The Lenders treat us as trusted partners. Being trusted partners allows us to:
- Negotiate better rates with the banks
- Achieve faster turn-around times
- Ask for upfront or discounted property valuations
- Negotiate and present challenging or non standard deals
The process to obtain a new loan or to re-finance an existing one is very easy.
Step 1 - Speak With a Mortgage Broker
Complete the form above, and one of our brokers will contact you very soon. The initial conversation is all about understanding your goals. What do you want to do? Both now, and in the medium to long term.
Step 2 - Research & Review
Your broker will search high and low in order to present you with a number of options to choose from. Your mortgage broker will guide you through the options and help you select the product and loan structure that most suits your current and future needs.
Step 3 - Negotiate With The Bank
OneSite has been around since 2005. We carry special / trusted partner accreditation with almost all the major Lenders. Once a loan product is selected, your mortgage broker will negotiate on your behalf for:
- Lower interest rates
- Discounted or free property valuations
- Better than standard terms
There are many product packages not directly available to the public.
Latest News & Market Updates
The ACCC found that existing customers pay more for their home loans. Quite a bit more in fact.
As at June 30, 2018, existing customers were paying interest rates that on average were 32 basis points higher than new customers. This is equal to more than one typical Reserve Bank rate increase.
The ACCC found a borrower with an average sized mortgage could save around $850 a year by getting the same rate as a new customer. This figure is quoted on an Australia wide basis. For a typical Sydney mortgage, the savings could add up to tens of thousands of dollars over the life of the loan.Read More