For residential home buyers and property investors, effective debt structuring is paramount to achieving successful outcomes. At Perry Finance our expertise in financial analysis enables our professionals to help our clients tailor their debt to meet their individual needs. We specialise in dealing with property investors and high net worth individuals, having established a strong track record handling complex borrowing structures and scenarios. If you are a home buyer, an investor with multiple properties, or aiming to build a property portfolio, we are dedicated to providing you with the assistance that you need.
Our easy 7-step application process
Tell us a bit about what you need – we conduct a short interview to find out a bit more about how we can help you
Book an appointment to see an adviser – one of our professional staff will make a time to see you
We will make an assessment of your borrowing capacity and provide with a funding table showing your current borrowing position
We will make loan product and structuring recommendations and send them to you.
You confirm with us you are happy to proceed and we submit your loan for processing. We’ll let you know what documents we need, make sure you provide all of them to avoid any unnecessary delays
We keep you updated throughout the loan process.
Your loan settles, but we don’t stop there, we’ll work with you to make sure your new loan set up is as hassle-free as possible
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