Australian consumer comparison website MakesCents.com.au announced this week that they would be moving into the mortgage space.
The news follows the site’s rapid user acquisition as it expands its offer to provide more transparent comparison search tools for reviewing lenders. Solar renewable energy deals, home loans, electricity and gas supplier contracts as well as life insurance are just some of the products that can be discovered through the platform.
Among some of the key features of the platform include options to compare pricing between more than 30 lenders in one place. Users can simply enter their postcode into the search bar while browsing to get a list of price offers available in their area.
MakesCents also offers free and easy quotes with no obligation so that internet users can access a wide variety of product options with pricing at no cost – enabling them to make the right decision on their next purchase. With its unbiased comparisons of lenders, it’s now easier to get transparent pricing and understand which lenders are best suited.
Following its expansion into mortgages, the platform has been a popular destination for individuals as well as families in the past year. With the launch of its new home loans comparison service, people can find home loan rates online within minutes. Searches also don’t affect credit ratings and can provide peace of mind and a clarity of choice.
As consumers demand more transparency from lenders, websites like MakesCents are helping to educate users on the diverse range of offers available. With its public rating system, it is also possible to see previous customer experiences with a particular lender for added insights.
As Australia‘s economic rebound continues, people are looking at making their next big financial move. With families seeking to access mortgages for buying property, being able to find the right lender with transparent options on choice is increasingly popular.
Have you considered comparing mortgage lenders before getting onto the property ladder?
In partnership with MakesCents
Source: The Britonian