Sutherland Shire's mortgages, home loans, business loans & refinancing experts.

More than just a mortgage broker, Shire First Mortgages is a firm of specialist mortgage advisers and planners for all mortgages, mortgage loans, home loans, business loans, refinances, leasing,personal loans investment loans, first home buyers, reverse mortgages, fixed & variable interest rate loans. Shire First Mortgages are professional mortgage planners and advisers as well as mortgage managers.

Shire First Mortgages is located in Gymea in the Sutherland Shire, south of Sydney.  Our role as your mortgage professional is to guide you through the mortgage process ensuring all your needs and options are considered.
If you are researching your finance options, everyone will be advertising the best deal. But what they may omit to tell you about are the hidden costs, or just as importantly how to structure your loans to suit your ongoing and future needs. We have access to many lenders and will be able to guide you through your decision if you are thinking about your finance options right now. Don’t do it on your own. By using Shire First Mortgages as your mortgage professional you will have a specialist dedicated to looking after your interest and act as your advocate when negotiating the best deal with the lender of your choice.
We hope you will find the information on our website informative and helpful in your search for finance.
 

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You exceeded our expectations by always following up and actioning all of our requests. We liked your personable service which made everything easy to understand. You were always available to assist and never "too busy". Thank you!!!

Stephen & Lisa, Peakhurst August 2012

 

Latest News


01/12/2015 - 14:48

At its last meeting for 2015 the Reserve Bank has elected to keep the cash rate on hold. The Reserve Bank does not meet again until February 2016. The link between home loan rates and the Reserve Bank Cash Rate decision is weakening. In 2015, most banks have increased their rates independently of the Reserve Bank. We can expect more of the same in 2016.