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The Team -LYNNE COX

 

Situated in Clarkson WA, Lynne is a Mortgage Broker and holds an Australian Credit Licence # 365386.

She has been involved in the Mortgage Broking Industry since May 1996 but has also been involved in small business personally since 1977, so she understands the difficulties small business owners can face.

Lynne was the President of the Finance Brokers Association of Australia until March 2004 where she is now a Life Member, and she was also a Member of the Finance Brokers Supervisory Board until it disbanded in October 2003.

Lynne says” My clients are very important to me. Without our clients we do not have a business. I make every effort to ensure I offer an holistic approach to their financial needs and the best possible finance solutions for themselves and their family’s needs.

More reassuring is that Aussie Mortgage Masters is  100% Australian.

At Aussie Mortgage Masters Clarkson,  our customer charter is for Good Old Fashioned service and absolute commitment to our clients, and we encourage these values in all of the individuals who work on our Team.

Aussie Mortgage Brokers think outside the square and this gives us the edge when it comes to solutions for your loan scenarios.

If your bank has said ‘no’, CALL US.  We may be able to help you get that loan you are after.

Through our professional contacts, we also like to encourage our clients to have Mortgage Protection in place, so should the inevitable happen, their loved ones will be looked after”.

lynne-cox's Blog

  • Survey reveals major property turn-offs for Australians
    Wednesday, August 17th, 2016
    High crime rates are the major turn off for Australians when it comes to making a property purchase according to the results of a new survey. Carried out by Finder.com.au, the survey of more than 2,000 Australians found that 75% of people would not by a home in an area that had higher than averag
  • The RBA has cut the official cash rate to 1.5%.
    Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
    This result was widely predicted with many experts tipping the RBA would lower the rate to provide some stimulus for the economy following last week's disappointing CPI numbers. Amidst the dramatic U.S. election campaigns of Clinton vs Trump, a turbulent market in the EU following Brexit and the Tur
  • Is there an economic reason we’re pissed off to vote Hanson?
    Thursday, July 14th, 2016
    Why are we so pissed off that we think it’s a good idea to vote in Jacqui Lambie, Pauline Hanson, Derryn Hinch and even Nick Xenophon? And why are the Poms so pissed off that they opted for Brexit? And what about the Yanks seriously considering Donald Trump? In places where the Aussies, the