Lending Specialist – Lending
Providing exceptional customer service is an integral part of Jayden’s lending services. Working alongside Susie Pei since 2016, Jayden assists clients with purchasing property, refinancing and aids clients in cashing out equity from their property. In addition, he worked closely with solicitors, exposing him to the requirements of conveyancing and in turn assisted in developing a deep understanding of the general process. With over 30 banks on our panel, along with his extensive experience and expertise in the mortgage broking field, Jayden ensures our clients achieve their ultimate goals in a smooth and seamless process.
During this time, Jayden obtained both a Certificate IV and Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking and also a Diploma in Financial planning. His professional qualifications also include a Bachelor of Commerce and Diploma of Languages from the University of Melbourne.
Best describes Jayden: “Professional, reliable with an easy and pain free lending experience.”
Languages: English, Mandarin
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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