Property Investor (PI) Finance is a financial services company that provides wealth creation strategies for Property Investors. Whether potential clients are new to property investment or already have a Property Investment Portfolio, PI Finance helps its clients build wealth by:
Streamlining and tailoring home loan products to suit their needs from a wide range of vendors.
Sourcing a selection of property from across Australia that signifies a prime property investment opportunity.
Negotiating on behalf of the clients to attain the best possible result in property transactions.
Providing ongoing management of client portfolios and financial products to ensure clients continue to enjoy the best returns on their investments.
PI Finance Hold a number of professional body memberships and licences as outlined below:
Property Investor Finance is a Credit Representative (CR No. 413171) of Connective Credit Services Pty Ltd (Australian Credit Licence No. 389328)
This is in compliance with the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 administered by ASIC (www.asic.com.au)
MFFA (Member No. 147998)
The Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) is a leading provider of services and advocacy for mortgage brokers, finance brokers, and lenders, both bank and non-bank. Its charter is to assist with the development and promotion of the mortgage and finance industry through the setting and regulation of standards which define professionalism for members. Our membership of this regulatory body reflects our commitment to provide clients with best practice procedures at all times.
Credit Ombudsman Service (Member No. M0013782)
As members of this organization, PI Finance work within the guidelines to ensure proper credit and legal practices are adhered to ensuring maximum protection and peace of mind to our clients. These professional memberships are a reflection of our determination to move beyond current legislative requirements for our industry and help provide our clients with the best possible solutions to their individual ‘wealth realisation’ needs.