Written by: Quay Financial
Utilising a trusted mortgage advisor is now more important than ever given that lender policies, products, niches and pricing change daily. For example, Westpac’s recent decision to end all SMSF lending thereby reducing the number of lenders available for these particular products. People working with trusted, experienced advisors can be assured that they are in good hands.

With lenders clamping down on Interest only loans, the lending market is a very different landscape than even 6 months ago, although there are still lenders who are actively seeking business in this area.

At Quay Financial we take pride in being ‘solution providers’. Using our extensive banking contacts and breadth of lending product knowledge, we work alongside our clients to provide solutions that correspond to our client’s needs. We work with over forty lenders, including banks, non-bank institutions and private lenders to source the best products that will provide optimal results for our clients.

Quay’s primary practice areas include; residential and commercial property lending, investment property lending, SMSF purchases, and asset finance. Our clients include salaried employees along with the self-employed. Additionally, many of our clients are in the arts and creative industries, be they visual artists, choreographers and film and television professionals where Quay Principal, Slavko Peraic, has personal experience, having previously worked in the film and television industry for close to two decades with the likes of Warner Brothers, Sony Pictures and Fox Studios in Sydney. Along with Aviel Tamir, experienced in corporate finance particularly in New York, SME’s, and family businesses in the Melbourne area, Quay Financial can successfully guide you through the financing process.

We welcome the opportunity to work with you to help you meet your objectives, whether it is buying a home for you and your family, or the purchase of an investment property.

Slavko Peraic
T: 0418 173 331

Aviel Tamir
T: 0423 574 723