Aussie Browns Plains

Shop 4B, Westpoint Shopping Centre, 8-24 Browns Plains Road, Brown Plains, QLD 4118


07 3800 2322


07 3248 5058

Trading hours

  • Mon to Fri: 9.00am to 5.00pm
  • Saturday: By Appointment
  • Sunday: By appointment

About Us

We find you the home loan that's suits your needs from the hundreds available on our panel of lenders. Why spend weeks running around to dozens of lenders to get the best deal, when we can search home loans from 16 of Australia's leading lenders in just minutes. Our mortgage broking service is fast and free.

As your local home loan specialists servicing Browns Plains and surrounding Brisbane southside suburbs we can help you get into your dream home sooner.

  • First Home Buyers
  • Refinance or debt consolidation
  • Property Investing

Our Team


We currently have position available for an experienced mortgage broker at our Browns Plains store. The position will suit an existing broker wanting stability and a simple cost effective accreditation/licensing procedure.

Refinancing: should you put the effort in?

We have many Aussie Browns Plains customers ask this question. Possibly. You'll need to weigh up the financial benefits against the costs and risks involved. I can help you understand the pro's and cons. Call us today to arrange an obligation free appointment.

Guarantors, Housing Affordability &First Home Buyers

Most first time borrowers in Browns Plains and surrounding Brisbane southside suburbs aren't aware their family members, usually their parents, can act as guarantors for a home loan. This is an option that allows family members to provide a guarantee in support of a borrower's home loan application by using equity in their own property as security for the loan. It is targeted at those with good ability to repay a home or investment property loan but who lack the sufficient equity to secure the additional funds they need to meet upfront loan costs and associated expenses. We can also assist in processing the First Home Owners Grant on your behalf.

First time investors keen to make the most of it

First time and seasoned investors around Browns Plains are starting to make the most of the current market. Rising rents, limited vacancies, competitive interest rates and relatively stable property prices all spell good news for those wanting to climb the property ladder. To create wealth through investment first time investors need to do their homework. A few points to consider when looking to buy an investment property, include:

  • Suburb reputation and location e.g. close to the city, waterways, parks
  • Proximity to transport, shops, cafes and other entertainment;
  • Proximity to child minding facilities, schools, or other educations institutions
  • If it needs any repairs or renovations now or in future, for tenant's comfort and for resale;
  • If it is a unit, the trustworthiness of strata and the sinking fund level
  • The type of neighbours
  • Infrastructure planned for the area

How can I use the equity I've built up in my home?

As you pay off your home loan your debt decreases and over the years the value of your property may increase. If you find yourself in this situation, as many living in the local Browns Plains area do, you may have equity which you can draw upon for a range of reasons. These can include investing in property, upgrading to a bigger place, or renovating your existing home. If any of these sound interesting to you, you'll need to sit down and assess your home loan. I've helped hundreds of clients through this exact process. Give me a call today and I'll review your current home loan to make sure it's working hard for you.

It make sense to review your loan when moving home If you're considering moving home then you'll need to review your finances. The home loan that you first took out when you purchased your current home loan may have been right for your situation at the time. However, with so many new products entering the market all the time, you'll want to make sure your home loan is still working hard for you in the future. Reassessing your situation will give you peace of mind that you are either doing the right thing by your finances or need to make changes.

Thought about refinancing ahead of further rate rises? Rising interest rates will impact minimum repayments for variable rate home loan borrowers and could make budgeting a challenge, which is why moving to another loan may save money, time and stress.

Mortgage lenders continue to battle each other for market share by introducing more loan options, which can only mean good news for borrowers preparing for further rate rises. Regularly reassessing your situation provides peace of mind that you are either doing the right thing by your finances or need to make changes.

With the economy on its way up, borrowers should reassess their financial needs now and see if their loan matches their situation over the next few years. Shopping around now can pay off in the long run! As you local Aussie mortgage broker we can see you in our Browns Plains office or come to you day or night 7 days a week.

Call Aussie Browns Plains, your local Aussie Mortgage Brokers today on 07 38002322

Aussie Browns Plains preferred partners:

At Aussie Browns Plains we work with three great preferred business partners. For property and SMSF investing we recommend the for all your home buying or investment property needs we use​​ and we also recommend for all you conveyancing requirements​.

Asset, Equipment and Commercial Finance

Aussie Browns Plains can help you obtain Asset, Equipment and Commercial finance. Are you looking to buy commercial property? Time to upgrade the business vehicles? We can help you find the loan that's right for you - and best of all, our service is free! Email Daniel Bartczak or call 0403 012 197 today to find out more.

Thousands of home loans. Over 20 leading lenders.
We’ll find the right one for you.^

  • Adelaide Bank
  • AMP
  • ANZ
  • Aussie
  • Bank of Melbourne
  • Bank SA
  • Bankwest
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Heritage Bank
  • HSBC
  • ING Direct
  • Liberty Financial
  • Macquarie Bank
  • ME Bank
  • My State
  • NAB
  • Pepper
  • P&N Bank
  • St George
  • Suncorp Bank
  • virgin money
  • Westpac

^ Not all lenders lend in every state or territory.