New Zealand's largest mortgage-based dealer group has cracked the $1 billion mark for the first time.
Mortgage advisers with the NZ Financial Services Group (aka as The G) wrote more than $1 billion worth of loans in June, Bruce Patten says.
He says the group have got close to the billion-dollar market before, but this is the first time it has exceeded that market, writing loans with a total value of $1,060,211,624.
"It's great to break through that threshold," he says.
Patten says there is no one factor that contributed to this total, rather the whole market had been active...MORE»
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