Meet Canberra’s new mobile lender

Rachel Ziv 22 June 2018
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Bryan Dacey, Mobile Lender for Canberra Community Bank Group.

New and existing customers of the Community Bank branches in Calwell, Curtin, Jerrabomberra and Wanniassa can now enjoy the services of their very own mobile lender, after the Canberra Community Bank Group head-hunted one of Canberra’s most experienced financiers to take on the role of Mobile Relationship Manager.

Bryan Dacey is the Group’s first mobile lender, and boasts 30 years’ experience in the finance industry, almost all of it here in Canberra. He has worked for a number of the Big 4 banks, and ran his own successful business as a Mortgage Broker, before deciding to join Community Bank Group.

“I’m excited to join the team at Canberra Community Bank, and to be working for an organisation that gives so much back to the Canberra community. I’ve lived in Canberra for the better part of 30 years, and watched our city grow and flourish. The housing market has always been strong here, and with so many new developments around town, home buyers are really spoiled for choice right now.”

As a Mobile Relationship Manager, Bryan visits potential and existing Bendigo Community Bank customers in their homes or businesses, rather than requiring them to find the time to visit a branch.

“I come for a chat, and to learn about what you want to achieve. I will bring any forms you’ll need along with me, and when we’re done I’ll go away and tailor a package specifically to meet your needs.

“At the end of the day it’s all about convenience and building that one-on-one connection with Community Bank Customers. Unlike a mortgage broker, I get to establish ongoing relationships with clients who can contact me as their needs change or they identify new goals into the future.”

Bryan says that for those thinking of buying a house this year, they may find Bendigo Bank’s Home Loan Calculator a fantastic tool.

“It’s one of the better Home Loan Calculators I’ve seen – allowing you to cater for plenty of variables, including making extra repayments.”

If you’re thinking of buying a home this year, Bryan says that it’s worth taking advantage of low-interest rates and utilising government incentives such as the First Home Owner Grant while it’s still in effect.

To have Bryan visit you at your home or business, you can call him on 0435 532 740.

To learn more about banking with a not-for-profit Community Bank that donates 80% of profits back to the Canberra community, you can also pop into any one of their branches in:

Curtin: 1/20 Curtin Place, Curtin. Ph: 6260 5140

Jerrabomberra: 2a/2 Limestone Dr, Jerrabomberra. Ph: 6299 8357

Wanniassa: Wanniassa Shopping Centre, Sangster Place. Ph: 6231 9024

Calwell: Calwell Shopping Centre, Webber Crescent. Ph: 6291 3385

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