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*Our fees are subject to change at any time. All fees are exclusive of GST and are for loan amounts up to $500,000 only.  An extra $50 per person plus GST applies for every $100,000 or part thereof above this limit.

We can only provide this service if we are not engaged to settle the property subject to the loan.

Perth

Level 1, 321 Murray Street
Perth WA 6000
Ph: 08 9476 4499
Fax: 08 9325 4174

Joondalup

Unit 8, 80 Grand Boulevard
Joondalup WA 6027
Ph: 08 9301 4422
Fax: 08 9301 1000

Bunbury

10A Ommanney Street
Bunbury WA 6230
Ph: 08 9721 2022
Fax: 08 9792 5059

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