New-to-industry broking franchise MoneyQuest has announced it is expanding its service portfolio to include buyer advocacy, vendor advocacy and property management.
MoneyQuest managing director and finance industry leader, Michael Russell, commented that the expansion is designed to provide clients with a seamless property transaction.
“We already know that the property market can be a daunting environment for buyers, sellers and investors,” Mr Russell remarked.
“We’re confident that MoneyQuest is now well placed to help all parties overcome their anxiety and achieve greater success.”
In achieving the expansion, MoneyQuest has entered into a formal partnership with full-service property agency, National Property Buyers.
According to National Property Buyers’ director and state manager, Antony Bucello, the partnership will also offer investors an end-to-end property management service.
“We also provide express rental appraisals to mortgage brokers to assist them with their investment loan applications,” Mr Bucello added.
This comes after MoneyQuest recently added Universal Finance to its panel in June to enhance the offering of diversified brokers.
“MoneyQuest has a strong vision and innovative culture, and we are excited to be a part of their journey,” Universal Finance managing director Don Phaedonos said.
“Universal Finance is also very active in motor loan refinancing, helping clients reduce their monthly repayments to potentially enter the property market. This makes for a powerful partnership that will add significant value to end customers.”
[Related: MoneyQuest grows lending panel]
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