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COVID-19 Update

To all our valued clients and friends

At this unprecedented time the Seek Financial team would like to reassure you that whilst our focus is on the health and safety of our team and the wider community, it is business as usual for us.

We already have the infrastructure in place to allow us to work from home if needed, so please don’t hesitate to contact any of us if you need help with anything at all at any time during this crisis.

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Your Comprehensive Guide to Common Banking Terms

As finance professionals we sometimes catch ourselves using jargon and acronyms that may inadvertently render our message useless to a person who is not familiar with the language of a lender.

With this in mind, we thought it was a good idea to put together a guide to help you make the most of your finances, by understanding some of the banking terms that are commonly used in the ever-changing world of finance.

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The Top 7 Things a New Homebuyer Needs to Know

Buying your first home?

Seek Financial is here to help. Our home loan experts can guide you through the process from start to finish.  We understand that it can be a little overwhelming – there’s a lot to think about and owning a home is potentially one of the largest investments you’ll make in your life. So we’ve put together seven things that we think you need to know.

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Can I Still Get a Home Loan If I Have Bad Credit?

Your finances can get a bit out of control sometimes for all sorts of reasons. Whether it’s through illness, divorce, redundancy, or sometimes just getting overwhelmed with things to do and accidentally missing a bill payment. The end result can be that you get put in the bad credit basket. Even if you sort it out and pay the overdue bills or fix up a default on a loan repayment, it can still end up on your credit file. (a record of your credit history maintained by credit reporting agencies like Equifax)

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