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By Jessica Ridder

Phillip Berner is your local mortgage broker and can help you navigate the home loan process. M: 0448 106 031

No matter what type of loan you’re looking for and regardless of your circumstances, he has the connections and relationships to find you the right package for your needs. Covering the Blue Mountains, Central West and beyond, and with access to over 30 lenders from the big banks to regional and specialist players, Phillip’s commitment is to take the legwork out of finding you the right loan. Whether you are a self employed borrower, first home buyer, property investor, or looking to refinance, Phillip works with you to make sure you get the right interest rates, structure and flexibility for your particular situation.

His focus is always on making sure your borrowing experience is a good one. He’ll keep in close contact throughout the entire process and is always available to talk through any concerns or questions. He is local, accessible, reliable and accountable to the people and communities he serves. Get in touch for an obligation free consultation today.

Phillip Berner is a Blackheath resident and Principal of Lighthouse Home Loan Advisors, a local business that is an authorised credit representative for Loan Market. “My goal is to help you navigate the finance process – saving you time, effort and money. I act for you, not a lender, which means I always work in your interests, not theirs. My services come at no additional cost to you because I get paid by the successful lender.” Phillip Berner

E: phillip.berner@loanmarket.com.au | W: loanmarket.com.au/phillip-berner

https://www.loanmarket.com.au/phillip-berner/

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