• Specialist in home finance advice.
  • Assisting clients with life, trauma, TPD and medical insurance.
  • Ensuring your biggest asset, your income, is protected.
  • Over 40 years experience working in the banking and insurance industries.
  • Extensive experience working with farming and small businesses.

About Robbie

I have been involved within the financial services industry since 1978. After leaving school, I commenced employment with the ANZ Bank before embarking on a successful mortgage and insurance advisory career in 1997.

Being an adviser opened up so many more opportunities to find the right solution to fit a particular situation.

After 40 years I still get that buzz of helping people achieve those short, medium and long term goals. There is nothing better than helping young people achieve their dream of home ownership. Our business is not about product. It is about understanding the goals and dreams of our client and working together to bring these to reality.

My Three Golden Rules

  1. To achieve the best possible client outcome.
  2. To keep it simple.
  3. To do what I say I'll do.

Neither Lifetime nor I have been subject to a reliability event. A reliability event is something that might influence you in deciding whether to seek advice from either myself or Lifetime. As an example, this would be a serious event such as legal proceedings against me, or bankruptcy in the last four years.

Get In Touch

Contact Robbie on 021 228 5548  |  robbie.crawford@lifetime.co.nz or alternatively send us an online enquiry below.
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7 ways parents can help children buy their first home

Many first-time home buyers, often younger people, are finding it difficult to get their first mortgage. For many of you, this will be affecting your nearest and dearest, and it’s you, as family, they’re looking to for assistance. Lifetime’s Financial Adviser Robbie Crawford has a few tips (or mortgage hacks) for those hoping to give their loved ones a helping hand onto the property market.

With most banks requiring a 20 percent deposit to obtain a home loan, raising the initial capital can be the most difficult part for many first-time buyers, here’s how you can help.

31 March 2022 by Robbie Crawford