Car & Asset Finance

Whether it’s a car, motorbike, caravan or boat, Lifetime can help you get the finance you need to get that vehicle of your dreams!

Get Moving With A Car Loan

In today's climate, it might seem as if every car yard and bank will offer you the loan you need on the spot, but how do you know it will fit your unique lifestyle?

We are completely independent financial advisers who are experts in the world of lending. We will fully assess your financial situation, evaluate the myriad of loan options available and guide you in the direction that best suits you and your unique needs.

At Lifetime, we are committed to supporting your long-term financial goals. We understand that your loan is a continuing commitment that needs to work with you and your current budget. We can assess which type of loan suits you best and guide you through the entire lending process.

Be Finance Savvy

Buying a new car or boat is always exciting so don’t let bad budgeting get you down. Talk to us today about finding the perfect loan, so your brand new purchase doesn’t become a problem for you in the future.

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80% of car buyers purchase their car on finance. (AA, 2016).

30th May by Mark Thomas

As a home owner myself, the interest rates changes offered by the banks will often grab my attention. In my role here at Lifetime as a Home Loan Adviser, I work with people from all walks of life who are trying to buy their first home. Most people have to overcome the obstacle of saving a decent deposit and KiwiSaver comes to the rescue for a number of people.

14th May by Christine Hazeldine

Paying your mortgage before you reach retirement age is the ultimate milestone for many Kiwis. But could your net worth be higher and your home loan repaid sooner, if you re-invest the equity in your home elsewhere instead? Home loan adviser Christine Hazeldine considers the options.

12th Mar by Josh Martin

Buying your first home is undoubtedly one of the biggest financial steps you can take, but not completely out of reach for the millennial generation, writes Josh Martin.