Trusted Independent Financial Advice In Auckland

Mortgage Masters Limited has served Auckland since 1998 as your local, trusted financial brokers for insurance, home loans, and commercial mortgages. Our team of experienced, passionate mortgage brokers and financial advisors work tirelessly to bring you the best solutions for a better financial future.
You can count on our financial brokers for mortgage loans, insurance, new home loans, debt consolidation, refinancing, and business loans for small businesses in Auckland. In the insurance space, we provide financial products like life insurance, mortgage protection insurance, income protection, medical and general insurance.

Helping You Achieve Financial Freedom

Mortgage Masters is dedicated to helping our clients achieve financial freedom. Whatever your goals – personal or business – we keep things simple so you can make it happen.
As your financial brokers, we assess all of your requirements to provide comprehensive financial planning advice. We currently serve more than 1,000 clients who want to get small business loans or find the best mortgage deals in Auckland. With services spanning Mt Eden, Mt Roskill, St Lukes, Epsom, and across Auckland, we are always happy to help our clients build their investment portfolios or get their first foot on the property ladder.
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Meet Our Founder, Nathan Saminathan

Nathan Saminathan - Founder of Mortgage masters
Mortgage Masters is owned and operated by Nathan Saminathan.
Nathan is a certified financial planner with an MBA from Massey University. A member of the IFA, he also has a BSc and a Diploma in Financial Planning and Life Insurance. Nathan has called New Zealand home since 1979 and has been in the financial planning and insurance industry since 1988.
Seeing a growing need for home loan services among new and existing clients, Nathan expanded the company’s services to also include mortgage brokering. He strongly believes in giving back to the community he lives in and does business in, as a current member of the Newmarket Rotary Club and a Justice of the Peace since 1996.
Mortgage Masters contributes to numerous community services including the Westpac Rescue Helicopter service.

Meet Marc Oliver, Our Loan Application Manager

Marc Oliver, our seasoned Loan Application Manager, brings over 40 years of expertise in the Banking and Finance industry to guide you through the path of homeownership. Marc’s distinguished career includes senior leadership roles with a leading New Zealand bank, where he led teams in realizing customers’ dreams of owning a home. Renowned for exceeding customer expectations, Marc’s organized and customer-focused approach ensures a smooth and tailored experience.

Beyond his extensive professional background, Marc is a community-focused individual dedicated to building lasting relationships. Choose Mortgage Masters for a personalized and efficient journey toward your homeownership goals with Marc at the helm.

Marc Oliver, Loan Application Manager, Mortgage Masters

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Contact us

Want to learn more about Mortgage Masters? Book a consultation or ask your financial questions on 0800 630 7171.

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FAQs For Mortgage Broker Services

The New Zealand government provides help for first home buyers, with KiwiBuild, First Home Loan and First Home Grant initiatives. To qualify for this mortgage scheme, first home buyers now only need a 10% deposit.

There are different types of loans available – fixed, floating, offset, revolving, or a mixture of these – and the best choice for you depends on your financial situation and lifestyle

Many of our clients believe a 20% deposit is needed to buy a house in New Zealand, but that’s not always the case. First home buyers going through the First Home Scheme, for example, will only need to produce 10% to secure a house.

In general, the minimum required deposit for existing properties in New Zealand is 20%

The best time to consider refinancing your mortgage is towards the end of your current loan’s term, or when some aspects of your situation have changed that would affect your finances.

You can always look into refinancing to search for a more competitive interest rate, review your loan structure or borrow more money.

There are some potential pitfalls to look out for when refinancing your home.

For example, you may need to cover some of the costs you had to pay when taking out your original mortgage, such as application fees and closing fees. Working with a trusted mortgage broker can ensure you’re prepared for the process, to avoid any nasty surprises.

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