Prosper Finance: Lending Made Easy | Home & Investment Loans
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First Home Buyers

A home buyer can obtain financing from a financial institution to purchase a property by using a mortgage broker. First home buyers may enjoy a grant from the government to assist with their first home purchase and we can also help to ensure you receive any entitlements.

The features of your loan – such as the size of the loan, maturity of the loan, interest rate, method of paying off the loan and other characteristics, can vary considerably. When you’re a first home buyer, it’s always best to speak with a mortgage broking professional to determine the loan that is right for you and help you to understand everything you should know about the home buying process.

Investment Loans

Investment loans are structured in a specific way to allow you to make the most of your capital and assets. We can help you to formulate an investment plan that works toward building your wealth and securing your financial future. We will then work with you to help ensure your finances are always working optimally to help you achieve your goals.

For some, the future may seem a long way off, but the time to act is now because when it comes to making a profit from investing in property, time is your friend. The housing market is generally a seven to ten year cycle: there are always highs, lows and steady patches. But over time, property values have proven to rise fairly consistently. That’s why a long-term investment strategy is considered to offer the investor the lowest risk.

Bridging Loans

A bridging loan is often used by home owners who are moving on to their next home. A bridging loan is usually a short-term loan that is used when it is necessary to cover the gap between buying your next property before the existing one is sold. This finance is generally secured against your property and allows you to utilise the equity in your existing property. Bridging loans usually carry a much higher interest rate than other types of loans, so if you believe you may need financing for a longer period, talk to us about your other options.

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