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Rachael Hunter – Dominion Finance

By Advertising Feature - 9 November 2009 18

If the prospect of finding the right home loan is sending you around in circles, it’s time to turn to someone who can lead you in the right direction.

Owning your own home, whether it is a house or investment property, is the great Australian dream and one of life’s major purchases. Therefore, you definitely want to feel confident when it comes to making a decision about your mortgage.

But upon approaching banks, comparing loans, working through the facts and figures to determine how much you can borrow and sifting through endless paperwork, the great Australian dream can fast turn into a frustrating nightmare.

How do you know if you’re making the right choice? What if there was a better loan option out there for you? Where can you turn to for educated answers to your questions?

Put your best financial foot forward and contact Rachael Hunter from Dominion Finance. Rachael knows the ins and outs of finding home loans like the back of her hand and has the industry knowledge and experience to guide you through.

Rachael is accredited with 28 of Australia’s leading lenders, including all major banks such as St George, Westpac, NAB, Commonwealth Bank and ANZ as well as a variety of non-bank lenders including RAMS, Bankwest and Suncorp. Her resources in the industry ensure she can find the right lender for your individual needs.

Better still, Rachael is ready to do all the leg work for you – rather than you visiting one bank after another, Rachel will take care of every intricate detail, from investigations and applications, right through to the final settlement.

And best of all, Rachael’s service are not going to cost you any extra time, sanity or cents. Rachael’s helping hand comes at no additional cost and as a mobile lender, she can meet you at home, work or anywhere in between to discuss your options and help you make the best financial choice for you and your future.

And that means you’re left with peace of mind and no empty pockets!

So, if you’re in the market for a home, an investment property or would just like to have a chat about what your options are, contact Rachael Hunter and make your first step towards a happily ever after.

Rachael Hunter
E: rachael@dominionfinance.com.au
M: 0411 514 671
W: www.dominionfinance.com.au

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Rachael Hunter – Dominion Finance
la mente torbida 9:16 am 10 Nov 09

@Jazz

I stand corrected

I-filed 10:51 pm 09 Nov 09

They have a good set of calculators on their website – and it looks as though they are commonsense lenders – their calculator gives me a lot less than some of the calculators on the big bank websites. That’s probably a good sign … there was a young woman in the papers on Saturday bemoaning the interest rate rise, saying: “last week I was in the market for a $600,000 house, this week because of the interest rate rise I can only afford $550,000.” I mean, what fool buys a house without assuming a worst-case scenario of 10 per cent or more, and without making sure they could pay that?

CleptaK 10:23 pm 09 Nov 09

hk0reduck said :

Hehe, the funny thing about ‘No Cost To You’ brokerage is that, when you think about it, technically means they are working for the bank to find them the best customers and not for you to find the cheapest home loan.

It’s true you don’t get charged any fee by your broker, but how can you be sure they are going to be finding you the best deal when there might be greater financial incentive for them to take you to a lender who will pay them a better commission and you slightly higher interest rates?

Then how does going to a broker differ from you going to Westpac or CBA or some other lender and them giving your their product options? A quick google search to compare what a broker is offering to what the bank is offering would show up any differences in interest rates or product options like credit cards, no?

After reading this, I’d prefer to go to a ‘one-stop-shop’ broker rather than go bank shopping.

LlamaFrog 7:29 pm 09 Nov 09

I clicked so fast and then got furious with my broadband, then realised it wasn’t who I thought it would be.

hk0reduck 6:49 pm 09 Nov 09

Hehe, the funny thing about ‘No Cost To You’ brokerage is that, when you think about it, technically means they are working for the bank to find them the best customers and not for you to find the cheapest home loan.

It’s true you don’t get charged any fee by your broker, but how can you be sure they are going to be finding you the best deal when there might be greater financial incentive for them to take you to a lender who will pay them a better commission and you slightly higher interest rates?

No idea about Rachael, but I’d definitely reccomend doing your homework before blindly jumping in with anyone:-)

Jazz 3:49 pm 09 Nov 09

la mente torbida said :

@Jazz

No, I wasn’t referring to Coach…I was referring to the original post

Rachael didnt write it 🙂 So third person is quite fine in context here.

Trunking, no we didnt in this case.

AngryHenry 3:16 pm 09 Nov 09

Not the Rachael Hunter I was hoping for.

*sigh*

la mente torbida 2:53 pm 09 Nov 09

@Jazz

No, I wasn’t referring to Coach…I was referring to the original post

Trunking symbols 2:20 pm 09 Nov 09

Uh, oh – one of the RA mods forgot to turn the comments off . . .

Skidbladnir 2:18 pm 09 Nov 09

Pierce:
Thats just her photo from their website.

eLC:
RiotACT has bills to pay too…
If there were a thousand Premium Members @ $50k per annum, there would probably be less need for Advertising Features.
Personally, my downside would be that I would win fewer freebies, but it not my fault you’re all cheapskates…

Jazz 2:06 pm 09 Nov 09

As i understand it pierce, the bank/lending institution pays the commission. I doubt its changed from when i went through a mortgage broker years ago that all that detail is spelt out in financial regulations with the documentation you get. Rachael’s prob in a better position to answer that though.

#4 if you’re referring to Coach’s comment you’d be mistaken. Different people.

la mente torbida 1:55 pm 09 Nov 09

Please, please, refrain from talking about yourself in the third person!

eyeLikeCarrots 1:07 pm 09 Nov 09

RA becoming sister publication of City News ? The growth of the flashing ads is enough to make my eyes hurt and spoil my RiotACT reading.

pierce 11:13 am 09 Nov 09

Is it just me or does that look like a cast photo from Prisoner, circa 1979?

On a less flippant note, if we don’t pay for the service, who does? Commission?

Coach 11:09 am 09 Nov 09

If your in the market for a home loan, and want someone to really look after you from beginning to end, then Rachael fits the bill 100%.

Give her a call, chat with her and make up your own mind. She stands out from the crowd in the finance industry!

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