Janette Tucker Dip FS
Australian Credit License 389227
Licensed Real Estate Agent 262754
VOW Mentor (MFAA Approved)
Janette Tucker Finance Plus opened its doors to the Riverina community on the 19th December 1999. Obtaining the Australian Credit License in January 2011 License No 389227
Janette is a local who has raised her family in Wagga Wagga. With extensive knowledge of the local area and experience from 12 years in the Real Estate Industry. Janette Tucker can lend guidance in securing finance for real estate transactions through JTFP Realty. Janette is a Licensed Real Estate Agent License Number 262754
Regarded as one of the largest and most recognized Mortgage Broker business in the Riverina.
Janette Tucker Finance Plus offers a professional service to help find the loan that suits you from a panel of Australia's top lenders.
Having chosen the lender, we assist with the loan process, submitting the application for approval and then continuing to ensure settlement occurs on time.
Our extensive panel of lenders enables us to assist with a wide range of loan services including, HOME and INVESTMENT LOANS, VEHICLE and EQUIPMENT FINANCE, BUSINESS and COMMERCIAL funding. Janette Tucker Finance Plus offers positive solutions through formal Debt Agreements and Debt Elimination Strategies and Budgeting.
Other services include Home & Contents Insurance and Mortgage Repayment Protection and Deposit Bonds.
Janette Tucker Finance Plus offers Investment Properties for sale.
With technology being a critical component to offer the very best of service to our clients and referrers we are constantly improving our systems to accommodate this expectation.
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