Lending Specialist – Lending
Starting at Accru Melbourne in 2015, Susie works alongside Jayden Chen to form our lending speciality services team. As a professionally accredited MFAA Mortgage Broker, Susie assists our clients with a variety of their lending needs including residential property purchases, refinances to other financial institutions, cash outs and equity releases, business and commercial lending as well as asset finance.
After graduating from a Finance and Management background at the University of Melbourne, Susie started her career at a successful boutique brokering and legal services firm prior to joining us. Her broking experience and professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce as above, Diploma of Mortgage Broking, Certificate IV in Finance & Broking, Diploma in Conveyancing and a Diploma of Financial Planning. Her experience also enables her to have a confident understanding of the conveyancing process to ensure a seamless experience for our clients purchasing their first home or multiple investment properties.
Best describes Susie: “Excellent service that goes beyond just getting a loan.”
Languages: English, Mandarin
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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