Keypoint Financial Services is a lending advisory service specialising in mortgage loans. We are also referred to as home loan or mortgage brokers and credit advisers.

Our main service is helping clients to obtain a home loan that suits their lifestyle and financial circumstances. This service includes a consultation with prospective borrowers to understand their needs and financial position. Based on this, we provide assistance in selecting a lender and appropriate loan to meet their needs and we assist in the formulation and submission of their loan application.

We will manage the entire home loan process up to settlement of the loan. Post settlement we are still available to answer any queries and to assist clients to prepare for any future financing needs.

Why use a mortgage broker?

Expert advice

Finding the right loan to suit your needs can be complicated. We can help you find the loan that suits your specific needs and requirements. With so many lenders and loan options out there we can make it all easy for you.

Shopping around without the go-around

We are accredited with many lenders, including the major banks, so you can compare all these lenders at one place. Better still we can meet you at a time and place that suits you.

Taking care of the whole loan experience

From understanding your needs, to choosing the right loan and lender, we manage the entire loan application process through to approval. A broker can help you through your entire home loan journey so let us make it easier for you.

It’s about you

We offer a personalised service. We are always available to assist you with your financial needs.

It’s Free#

Best of all we provide our service free of charge to you!

Call us now for an obligation free consultation.

# Some fees and charges may be payable in relation to non-mortgage and business loans. In the case of mortgage loans, the lender pays Keypoint upfront and ongoing commission that doesn’t affect a client’s loan. The client pays the lender any fees and charges (if applicable) that would be paid had they gone directly to the lender themselves.