We Understand Mortgages
For over 20 years, we have supported people looking to finance buying a home, through to more complicated scenarios. We have people with backgrounds in accounting, legal, financial advice and banking so we can handle a diversity of situations.
At the outset, we will make our MCP Credit Guide available to you. It outlines the basis of providing advice to you, and other things like how we are remunerated. It also talks through recourse available to you should you not get the experience you expect.
We deal with a range of financiers. Our Broker Group, FAST, has a wide panel of lenders which you can review here. We also hold other accreditations as appropriate to best serve the interests of our customers.
Our mortgage broking services are normally remunerated from a lender in the form of a commission, and whilst it is not responsible or possible to deal with every credit provider, we support the regulations that outline Best Interests Duty legislation.
We have been working with and comparing different credit providers including:
To ensure that advice we provide is suitable for your circumstances and compliant, we really need to understand your financial situation. An outline of the full process is outlined in “The Mortgage Process”. It looks complicated but we are with you every step of the way!
MCP holds an Australian Credit Licence – Licence Number 385476 and has a coordinated team of Credit Representatives that engage in specific credit activities under this licence.
For more information about the obligations under the law, you can also view a copy of National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 here.
Our Mortgage process
This outline provides an indicative step by step overview of some of the key milestones in the mortgage process.
We have lots of tools and calculators that are available for you.
From simple loan calculators to more complex cash flow and lending scenarios we would be be pleased to provide these to you. As part of our responsibility to better understand your financial circumstances, and to help with your own financial literacy, these tools also include worksheets such as Living Expenses Analysis for your use.
Assess my Financial Position
Before we make any assessments, we are required to make reasonable inquiries about your requirements and objectives in relation to any credit. This includes reasonable inquiries about your financial situation; and we must take reasonable steps to verify financial information.
It can be a little dry but as part of our review, we also aim to provide some information back to you which we hope you find useful. This will help improve your financial literacy too. Not just for the finance at hand but your broader financial situation, including your goals and objectives. Check out an example of the Preliminary Assessment we provide here.