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Nicheliving Home Loans Triumphs AFG Awards

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27 Jul 2016

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Nicheliving Home Loans are proud to announce our Managing Director Kevin Gomer has won the prestigious WA AFG Champion Loan Writer of the Year award for 2016.

With around 2,600 members across Australia, AFG is one of the nation’s largest mortgage broking groups.
The group narrowed down the field for top mortgage loan writers to a final 6 based on annual settled dollar volume, with Kevin leading the pack and subsequently taking the win for achievements in criteria such as loan book growth and the dollar value of loans settled.
Established in 2011, Nicheliving Home Loans has been consistently nominated for the award, placing as a top 3 finalist for the past 3 years.
Its continued recognition by AFG in its formative years reflects the ongoing commitment of Kevin and the team to deliver excellent service and support their clients throughout their financial journey.
Kevin says the award celebrates the proficiency of the entire team, while also being an acknowledgement of the strength of the Nicheliving brand, its products and services.

As part of bolstering the brand, we recently went through an extensive strategic process to reposition Nicheliving Home Loans in the marketplace. This involved the creation of the frog mascot to not only symbolise luck and prosperity, but to also represent the relationship between Nicheliving and its clients.

Much like the transformation of a frog in its different life stages, Nicheliving Home Loans strives to be involved in each phase of the client’s life; from the purchase of a first home, through to building equity and obtaining investment properties. Above all, Nicheliving Home Loans values the client’s journey and seeking out opportunities accordingly.
Specialising  in construction loans, but also offers services in financial brokerage and planning, giving it a distinct advantage when it comes to setting up client loans. The team can show a client how to structure a loan correctly to maximise tax advantages and reach home ownership sooner.

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