Brian Hocking’s mortgage broking service is second to none. At Smartline, we work with our clients to ensure they understand their home loan options, know exactly how much they can borrow and ensure they choose the right mortgage and the right lender to suit their needs.Learn more
Brian Hocking combines 23 years of experience in the lending industry with his passion and knowledge of property investment to provide clients with a professional and personalised service.
“I can offer a level of service not seen by banks for a very long time and from this, establish life-long associations with my clients,” Brian says.
He covers all areas of lending including helping self-employed borrowers.
Brian is fully mobile and services the western areas of Melbourne.
Brian did a great job. As complicated as it was getting my first home loan, Brian kept it simple. He also helped me learn so next time it will be a lot easier. Will most likely be back for the next loan.
Brian was very professional and patient. He chose the best home loan for us, it was a smooth process.
Brian has been our advisor for 10yrs & in that time has helped us get the initial loan, additional funds for a renovation & more recently to refinance. His service & professionalism is outstanding. Would recommend him to anyone.
Brian was amazing in going the extra yard to ensure we got the best product and his service was exceptional. Made a stressful experience purchasing a house so much easier with his expertise
Brian was great as usual. He has help us through our first home loan 6yrs ago, then with a rejig or our mortgage for a better rate 3yrs ago and most recently with the loan for our new house. Always helpful and straight forward. He made the effort to come to us, at our convenience. We will most likely have Brian help us in the future, if and when we decide to move again.
Brian made a very stressful task turn into a walk in the park for us. We had a very successful outcome which without Brian would have been impossible. He never pushed certain banks into us either. Thanks Brian