Mar 30, 2016 08:28 AM EDT
Crown Finance Limited with years of exeprience in financial industry launched its new service: Freedom Home Loans. Now, home buyers in New Zealand will have a new option for their home loan needs.
Crown Finance Limited is a subsidiary of Crown Group investment company. The group has more than 30 years of experience in the finance industry and has a wide range of business. Beside Crown Finance, Crown Group also owns Crown Property, Crown Insurance, Crown MPG Systems, and Crown Asia Pacific Group.
As a multi finance arm of the group, Crown Finance specializes in providing personal, commercial and property finance to a wide range of clients. On Tuesday, the company launches Freedom Home Loans, as its new subsidiary specializing on home financing service.
Freedom Home Loans (FHL) aims to become leader in the industry. With service that provide client to search for the best home loan rates free-of-charge, FHL gives more freedom for customers to choose home loan that suits their needs.
Director Chris Arbuckle explained the benefit of the new service to Scoop, "In today's housing market, people can't simply go to one bank and expect to be getting the best home loan rate. It pays to shop around, and Freedom Home Loans is dedicated to doing this for our clients and at no extra cost. Our loan advisors are well qualified, with experience and excellent standards when it comes to customer service. We've recruited some of the best advisors, because that's what our clients deserve."
Home loan is not the only service the company provide. NZ Adviser reported FHL also offer other services such as personal loans, car loans, finance for property development alongside home loans and it's unique addition 'realtor advantage'.
Realtor advantage is a service provided to home seller who sell in the competitive market. It provides advantage of better change to sell at a superior price.
Housing market in New Zealand is very much mirror the market in Australia. New Zealand Herald reported the new housing study from Motu Economic and Public Policy Research. The study examine eight cities in each country and found that housing market in boh countries are related. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin, Canberra, are the cities representing Australia, while New Zealad cities are Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Tauranga, Dunedin, Napier-Hastings and Palmerston North.
That study shows that New Zealand housing market is so much connected with that of Australia. As the economic research shows that in the housing market, Australia and New Zealand are similar, including in home loan service.
Now, New Zealand home buyers will have the new option for home loan. As Crown Finance Limited launched its Freedom Home Loans.
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