Help Cancer Council NSW – While saving on your home loan.

15% of Upfront Commissions received will be donated to Cancer Council NSW at no expense to the customer *

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Save Money – Save Lives

Ask Ken – Your local Broker – Call today for an appointment – 1300 ASK KEN (275 536) 

Do you know

Most Australians are paying more than they need to for their existing home loan !

 

How it works

At the time of choosing Customers First Mortgages & Insurance for your home loan needs simply mention that you have selected us because of our support for Cancer Council NSW and an amount of 15% of upfront commissions received will be donated to Cancer Council NSW in the month following settlement of your home loan.

All donations are made by Customers First Mortgages & Insurance and there is no cost to the borrower for the donation that is made.

Ask us how we can save you money on your existing home loan and help save lives by supporting Cancer Council NSW

It is that simple.

Why Cancer Council NSW ?

How common is cancer in Australia

In 2016, it is estimated that the risk of an individual being diagnosed with cancer by their 85th birthday will be 1 in 2 (1 in 2 males and 1 in 3 females).

In 2016, it is estimated that the risk of an individual dying from cancer by their 85th birthday will be 1 in 5 (1 in 4 for males and 1 in 6 for females).

The number of new cases of cancer diagnosed increased from 47,445 in 1982 to 122,093 in 2012.

Over the same period, the age-standardised incidence rate increased from 383 cases per 100,000 persons in 1982 to 485 cases per 100,000 persons in 2012.

The real question is – Why not Cancer Council NSW ?. Customers First Mortgages & Insurance are proud to assist.

More information

Why Use A Broker ?

If your buying a home, chances are you’ll need a mortgage, but did you know there are big differences between mortgage brokers and bank loan officers.

The loan officers at a bank, credit union or other lending institution are employees who work to sell mortgages and other loans originated by their own employer only.

Mortgage Brokers are professionals who are paid a fee to bring together lenders and borrowers.
Services to clients are however offered free of charge. A good Mortgage Broker can work with dozens of lenders, not as employees, but as freelance agents. Think of Mortgage Brokers as scouts. They find and evaluate home buyers, analysing each person’s credit situation to determine which lender is the best fit for that persons needs.

How to get started

It’s easy – simply download our Customer information Form or call for an appointment.

If your are ready to have a professional health check performed on your existing loan, or looking to buy your first / next home, then simply contact Customers First Mortgages & Insurance for a confidential, no obligation assessment. At the time of your contact, just advise us of your desire to assist the Cancer Council NSW and any future application will be registered for a 15% donation of all upfront commissions received by Customers First Mortgages & Insurance.

How much money will be donated.

All Commission Payments paid by Lenders are required by law to be disclosed to you (the Consumer). Customers First Mortgages & Insurance gets paid this fee less a deduction for processing fees of the Aggregator (Finsure Finance & Insurance Pty Ltd). At the time of finalising your application the gross Commission to Customers First Mortgages & Insurance will be calculated and the 15% donation amount, generated from your home loan will be clearly disclosed on your Credit Proposal Disclosure Document.

Loan Amount

Total Average Lender Commission

(figures exclusive of GST)

Gross Commission to Customers First Mortgages & Insurance

Donation Amount to Cancer Council NSW

@ 15% of Gross

$300,000

$1,875.00 $1,687.50 $253.12

$400,000

$2,500.00 $2,250.00 $337.50

$500,000

$3,125.00 $2,812.50

$421.88

$700,000 $4,375.00 $3,937.75

$590.66

When will the donation be made ?

Lender Commissions are paid in the month following your settlement. As soon as the Commission has been received by Customers First Mortgages & Insurance, the donation amount will be forwarded to the Cancer Council NSW.

A reporting model for managing all donations has been established between Cancer Council NSW and Customers First Mortgages & Insurance.

     

 

Why wait ? – Call for an appointment today

1300 ASK KEN (275 536)

Cancer Council NSW is a community funded, community focused charity dedicated to the defeat of cancer

Cancer Council Ph. 13 11 20

Customer Information Form

Download our Customer Information Form. This Form will take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Please return completed forms by email to info@customers1st.com.au.

This will allow our consultants to perform a complete analysis of your borrowing capacity and provide appropriate advice for your personal circumstances.

* Conditions of the offer;
a) Loan size $300,000 or greater,
b) Offer not available where 50% refinance rebate has been selected,
c) Offer not applicable with any lender direct cash rebate offer.
d) Offer not applicable for leads generated by third party referral channels.

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