There is nothing better than seeing our clients achieve their property goals.
No one is born with financial knowledge, therefore as advisers, we play an important role in helping clients to understand the implications of their spending personalities and habits.
I have over 11 years’ experience in helping clients achieve their goals, complemented by a specialised background in managing operations for a network of Real Estate offices.
My passion is helping advisers learn and improve their knowledge and to think outside the box, while encouraging and supporting continual improvement. I love workshopping applications and training our team of advisers. Helping them to hit their aspirations and earn a great reputation in the industry is paramount.
I have three children ranging from twenties to teens. When I’m not working, you will usually find me on the sideline of the various sports and hobbies they attend. Both my husband and I like to be involved in all aspects including volunteering on club committees. We have a lovely home in the sunny Bay of Plenty, and we always enjoy having a houseful of friends and family.
My Three Golden Rules
- Be kind
- Everyone is going through their own journey
- Stay honest
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.
Feeling the Mortgage Pinch: How The Kiwi Dream Can Become A Nightmare
Kiwi’s love home ownership. But in recent years, the number of us owning a home is declining, the hurdles to jump over for a mortgage seem to be higher, and the cost-to-income ratio is painfully increasing.
And now to add to that storm, we have wallet-annihilating interest rates and eye-watering inflation - it’s turning more grim than a Wellington southerly. Together, the sinister duo of Interest and their nefarious henchman, Inflation, are squeezing the New Zealander's dream tighter than a pair of budgie smugglers two sizes too small.
Rising interest rates and falling house prices: Navigating the current home loan market from first home buyers to seasoned investors.
It seems that everywhere you look at the moment, there’s even more news about the current state of the New Zealand housing market. Whether it be interest rates rising through the roof, falling house prices throughout the country, or a downturn in buyer activity, the looming threat of inflation makes it feel as though no one is safe.