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Bernie Lewis Home Loans is a South Australian, family owned financial service business and has been helping people find the right home loan for over 33 years. We help our clients achieve home ownership and financial security for life by taking an integrated approach when providing financial solutions.

  • 33
  • 110,000
  • 3 locations
    across Adelaide

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Why use a Mortgage Broker?

Using the services of a Mortgage Adviser (Broker) has many advantages over approaching a single lender. The most obvious of which is a much greater choice of Lenders and Home Loan products.

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The True Value of Mortgage Broking

Posted on: 19/02/2019

My father, Bernie Lewis, pioneered mortgage broking in South Australia for all the right reasons. Never before, has the true value of a mortgage broker been more significant.

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Meet our support team: Sue & Eddie

Posted on: 18/02/2019

We love our Bernie Lewis family, so we'd like you to meet the behind the scenes team that play a key role in providing value and peace of mind for South Australian home-owners. Introducing our Adviser Support team: Sue Johnson & Eddie Czerwinski!

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Adelaide Fringe in the suburbs!

Posted on: 15/02/2019

We reached out to our very own Bernie Lewis client; Ella Huisman (Head of Ticketing and Digital Operations at the Adelaide Fringe) who has highlighted that the Adelaide Fringe is likely to feature in a suburb near you this festival season. See some of her picks for suburban Adelaide Fringe events here!

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RBA Announcement - cash rate remains at 1.5%

Posted on: 05/02/2019

At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent.

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