Unsecured Loans

Whether it’s your wedding, unforeseen travel or car repairs. A personal loan can help you meet those big financial requirements.

Secure Your Funds With An Unsecured Loan

A personal loan can be used for anything. It’s a quick and simple way to get the money you need, whether it's repair bills, education, renovations or anything else. We can help you secure the funds required to get you exactly what’s needed.

An unsecured loan can be a great option to help you achieve your immediate goals but it is vital that you consider how your loan will fit into your long-term financial plan. We are independent financial advisers dedicated to finding the right solution to suit you.

We can look at the large range of loan providers throughout New Zealand and find you the best loan to suit your needs. With our extensive knowledge and understanding of the lending industry we can guide you towards the best option for your situation.

For Now And The Future

It is important that you have someone looking out for your best interests and our main concern will always be your long term financial goals. By working with us, you can be certain that we will make sure your loan repayments work well within your current budget.

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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.