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The Team -Aron Cox

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  • 1300 666 186
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Aron has had a long involvement in the mortgage broking industry dating back to 1997.

His years of experience in financed have given him the ability to guide client’s through their financial requirements when planning for their future goals and helping them to arrange an appropriate home loan or investment loan that suits their purposes.

With the use of state of the art software Aron’s knowledge on home loan products, interest rates, fees and charges is diverse and current.

Along with the use of the software available to them, the training and up-skilling of the Aussie Mortgage Masters loan consultants keeps them ahead of their competition in this ever changing industry.

Above all else, Aron values excellence in service and as part of the Aussie Mortgage Masters team goes beyond the call of duty with each and every one of his clients.

All of our client’s needs are considered when helping them achieve their goals. This can be seen in the growth Aussie Mortgage Masters has achieved over the years in W.A and evidenced by the fact that 85% or more of all new finance written is repeat business from existing Aussie Mortgage Masters current clients.

aron-cox's Blog

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    Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
    Borrowers are anticipating yet another rate cut when the RBA meets next week, echoing the sentiments of most economists. A Loan Market survey has found two-thirds of respondents believe the Reserve will once again take the knife to rates when it meets on February 7. Thirty-nine per cent are forec
  • Brokers see surge in First Home Buyers
    Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
    A broker poll has found refinancers and first homebuyers are driving the housing finance market in 2012. The Loan Market poll asked brokers which group they have received the highest number of enquiries from since the beginning of the year. Forty-one per cent of the company's brokers tipped first
  • Majors losing ground to smaller banks
    Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
    Australia’s non-majors are taking market share from the big banks with a sharp spike in business going to the smaller lenders, according to one aggregator. Speaking to The Adviser, AFG's NSW state manager Chris Slater said Suncorp Bank, Citibank, ING DIRECT and AMP Bank had all dramatically