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With over 300,000 mortgages arranged within Australia, Smartline has become one of Australia’s most respected mortgage broking groups. With Mortgage Brokers in all major cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and Darwin. We also have mortgage brokers in regional towns across Australia.

Arranging a home or investment loan can be a time-consuming, confusing and frustrating process. Why do it yourself when there are so many benefits to using a Smartline Mortgage Broker? Our team of local mortgage brokers will help and offer expert home loan advice.

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