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Anouska Linz from State Custodians

Anouska Linz

Anouska Linz is Manager, Online Sales at State Custodians and has over 10 years’ experience in financial services, both in broking and banking. Holding a bachelors degree in accounting, Anouska quickly discovered a love for mortgage lending and assisting people to achieve their home ownership goals. She leads a team of highly experienced lending specialists who are passionate about finding lending solutions which result in real wins for the customer. She is also a massive netball fan.

For more information on our home loans, visit www.statecustodians.com.au or call 13 72 62.

  • 31 Oct 2013
    Should you buy a New or Existing Home?

    Many buyers may initially opt to purchase an existing home as they are often cheaper; however, there are many benefits to purchasing/building a new house as well. Which option do you prefer?

  • 24 Oct 2013
    What is the Right Property Investment for you?

    With the property market growing and becoming more successful, investors want to know which properties will provide the best return. A lot of emphasis is put on the location, but do you know what type of property will be the most profitable ...

  • 11 Oct 2013
    How to Prepare for Interest Rate Rises

    Although mortgage holders have welcomed interest rate cuts with open arms, it is important not to become too used to it and be prepared for possible interest rate rises in the future.

  • 01 Oct 2013
    Steps to take if your Loan Application is Unsuccessful

    Having your home loan application declined can come as a surprise, but, it doesn’t mean you should stop trying. It is often the simple problems that make an application unsuccessful, but they can be fixed.

  • 16 Sep 2013
    5 Important Questions to ask a Property Inspector

    As a buyer, you are putting a lot of trust into the property inspector, but how do you know for sure that they are providing a legitimate report unless you ask the questions.

  • 10 Sep 2013
    What to Look for in a Mortgage Lender

    As a home loan term can be as long as 30 years, it would be in your best interest to find a mortgage lender who will provide you with a stress-free lending experience.

  • 12 Aug 2013
    The risks of not researching when buying property

    Choosing to purchase an investment property could go wrong if you do not adequately research the market. You may assume that comparing different properties will be a lengthy and tough process, but there are plenty of tools, especially onlin ...

  • 06 Aug 2013
    How will Comprehensive Credit Reporting affect you?

    Currently, Australia operates under a negative credit reporting system, which means that only credit enquiries and credit infringements are recorded. The following information would be included on your report:

  • 15 Jul 2013
    Where are the 2013 Property Hot Spots?

    Considering entering the property market? With interest rates at a 53 year low, 2013 may be the year to become a property investor.

  • 26 Jun 2013
    Top 10 Questions to Ask your Mortgage Lender

    When comparing home loans and lenders, you need to look further than just the interest rate. There are many other components that can affect how much you spend or save over the life of the loan.

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