Will Keall from iMortgage

Will Keall

Will Keall, iMortgage’s general manager, has a wealth of marketing and business development experience gained in Australia and the United Kingdom. These include high level roles in a range of sectors such as financial services, insurance, travel and tourism, motoring and professional services.

Will played a pivotal role in the successful establishment of iMortgage. His dedication and passion for the mortgage industry have won Will the utmost respect as an integral part of the iMortgage brand.

A self confessed “numbers and brand geek”, Will calls himself a conservative investor with a long-term philosophy. He also believes it’s important to “love where you live.”

Will is a cricket and football tragic, who also enjoys running.


  • 09 Jul 2014
    Offset and redraw facilities: are they that important?

    There are many loan features that these days come standard with most mortgages, such as direct salary credit facilities and being able to pay fortnightly or monthly. But among the most common facilities borrowers look for are redraw or offs ...

  • 22 May 2014
    What are comparison rates?

    When shopping around for a loan, chances are you had a look at the comparison rates given to you to help you decide between lenders. But do you know what exactly goes into creating these comparison rates? And how effective are they really a ...

  • 28 Apr 2014
    Increasing your property investment portfolio

    So you own one property and have been wanting to take the next step for a while; but sometimes creating an investment portfolio with multiple properties can feel a bit daunting if you aren’t experienced in property investment. But don’t be ...

  • 19 Mar 2014
    Taking on too much debt

    Rates are at historic lows, and many Australians have been taking advantage of this and securing themselves a mortgage with a low rate; while this isn’t a bad idea in itself, the Reserve Bank has suggested that rates are unlikely to be cut ...

  • 28 Jan 2014
    Making Small Rooms Seem Big

    For the 60 percent of us who call a densely populated capital city home, it means living in an apartment or small house. Lack of space can certainly pose problems when it comes to cramming that six-seater couch into the living room; but it ...

  • 17 Jan 2014
    Renovating and Extending

    With the average cost of moving home estimated at around $40,000*, it’s no wonder many Australians are opting to extend or renovate instead. Having been through renovation work myself, I can vouch for both the good and bad things that come ...

  • 16 Dec 2013
    Are you using your credit card effectively?

    Over the holiday period, most of us might feel a little nervous about the bashing our credit cards receive at this time of year. When used effectively, credit cards can be a great tool for managing your finances; however you may need to exe ...

  • 31 Oct 2013
    Holiday homes: what you need to know

    Holiday season is a peak time to consider buying a coastal or country retreat. It appears to make sense: rather than renting a house in an area you come to frequently to relax, why not buy one that you can use anytime?

  • 23 Oct 2013
    Granny flats: why they’re a growing trend

    The backyard shed or garage turned living space has certainly come a long way over the years, with many homeowners now opting to construct brand new granny flats that resemble miniature houses on their properties.

  • 20 Sep 2013
    Buying your first investment property

    Now that the election is out of the way, a bit more certainty has returned to the property market. If you’ve been considering investing in property for the first time, here are some tips and hints to help you on your way.

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