New Zealand's top mortgage advisers announced

by NZ Adviser27 Jun 2018

New Zealand’s top 15 mortgage advisers of 2018 have been revealed in NZ Adviser’s second annual Top Advisers Rankings.

Competition was tighter than ever with the top spot taken by David Windler, director of The Mortgage Supply Co, who settled a whopping $137,000,000 in residential loans from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.

Entries were extremely strong this year round, with the top 15 advisers settling a combined total loan value of $1,111,030,041 across 3314 individual loans. All loan figures were subject to confirmation by each adviser’s aggregator(s).

The report, run by mortgage and finance publication NZ Adviser, asked mortgage advisers nationwide to provide some key performance metrics from the past 12 months to uncover the best adviser in the industry.

Ksenia Stepanova, editor of NZ Adviser, said: “The rankings demonstrate the hard work of our top performing mortgage advisers, and it’s amazing to see the immense contribution they’ve made to the industry and to their clients. I’d like to thank all of this year’s entrants into the Top Adviser Rankings, and look forward to seeing your entries again next year.”

 

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COMMENTS

  • by Valkyrie6 27/06/2018 3:05:52 p.m.

    well done Dave!

  • by Fiduciary Duty of Care 28/06/2018 1:05:41 p.m.

    With what is going on in Australia around the mis-selling of mortgage debt, and poor advice from brokers it is sad to see that such an award is still considered appropriate. Where is the factoring of the quality of the advice given in the measure of "Top Broker"? This is the sort of sad example that reinforces continued poor behavior. Maybe measure a bit more next year, like quality of the advice given on the lending, satisfaction of the customer with the advice received...etc....etc

  • by Stevo 11/12/2018 6:41:12 p.m.

    I totally agree, it appears that top broker is based on the sum of value of homes that is sold rather than, the quality and efforts and personal value one gives. It'll be interesting to see which areas these top brokers all come from, because to sell 100mil plus, must be a either from Auckland or Queenstown I assume.

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