Suzy Spicer is a recent high-calibre recruit to the bcu team in Port Macquarie, and she brings with her a wealth of knowledge and almost twenty years' experience in the finance industry.
In 2013, Suzy and her family left the hustle and bustle of Sydney behind to make Port Macquarie their home.
Since then Suzy has developed a strong connection with the Port Macquarie community.
Suzy says she is passionate about working with members to develop practical ways to achieve their financial goals and dreams, whether they're buying a first home or refinancing an existing loan.
"I take great pride in the fact that my client list has grown largely as a result of word-of-mouth referrals and my business relationships," said Suzy.
I love nothing more than seeing my clients achieve their property dreamsSuzy Spicer
Suzy is always looking for great deals and products on offer in the market and said that this was one of the driving forces behind her decision to join bcu.
"I believe the home loan products bcu offer for owner occupiers and investors are some of the most competitive in the market - match this with the personalised service from the Port Macquarie branch and it makes it a very compelling proposition."
The home loan process made simple
Suzy understands that the home loan process can seem complicated but she believes it really doesn't have to be.
"With almost 20 years' experience, I can guide you through the entire process and help you put together a plan nice and early making it easier for you to achieve your property goals."
For new home buyers, Suzy says the process may often seem daunting and helps members plan their purchase, discussing the entire process, costs involved and the deposit required to get their first property.
Suzy says, "Putting a plan in place early makes it easier to achieve your goals."
Don't forget, as a mobile lender Suzy can meet you at your home, work office or in store - whatever works best for you.
Did you know?
One great tip from Suzy is to switch your home loan payments from monthly to fortnightly, you are essentially paying off an extra month per year - because there are 12 months in a year but 13 four-week cycles.