Mortgage Broker – Sydney

Lending Hand Finance

Looking for a mortgage broker in Sydney? Our mortgage brokers service the Sydney region and all other NSW areas.

Lending Hand Finance makes the process of attaining finance simple. Our professionally trained mortgage brokers do all the research and negotiate with the lenders to find you a great home loan deal.


Our mortgage brokers cover the following areas:

  • Sydney CBD
  • Sydney Outer West
  • Sydney The Hills & Northern Districts
  • Sydney Upper North Shore
  • Sydney Northern Beaches
  • Sydney Lower North Shore
  • Sydney Blue Mountains
  • Sydney Inner West
  • Sydney Eastern Suburbs
  • Sydney St George
  • Sydney Parramatta
  • Sydney Sutherland Shire
  • Sydney Macarthur
  • Sydney Southern Highlands
  • Sydney South West
  • Outback NSW
  • Central West
  • North East Country
  • New England/Northern Tablelands
  • Far North Coast
  • North Coast
  • North West Slopes & Plains
  • Mid North Coast Hunter & Newcastle
  • Central Coast
  • Illawarra
  • South Coast
  • South East Country
  • Snow Country
  • Riverina

We're backed by a panel of banks and non-bank lenders

Our panel of lenders: Adelaide Bank, AMP, ANZ, Australian Financial, Australian First Mortgage, Auswide Bank, Bank of Melbourne, BankSA, Bankwest, Bluestone, Citibank, Commonwealth Bank, Heritage Bank, Homeloans Limited, Homeside, HomeStart Finance, ING Direct, La Trobe, Liberty Financial, Macquarie, ME Bank, Mortgage Mart, NAB, Newcastle Permanent, Peoples Choice Credit Union, Pepper Home Loans, Phoenix-Circle Credit Union, PLAN Lending, Resi, St George Bank, Suncorp, The Rock Building Society, Virgin Money and Westpac.

How we can help you with your home loan

Our role is to evaluate your needs, compare your options and provide you with expert home loan product advice. We do all the legwork from application to settlement.

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Everyday we help clients with their home loan and finance needs. Today it's your turn.

We've helped hundreds of Australians get into a home since 2005.