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In 1994, Mahesh bought a property at a highly inflated price. Shortly after, he lost most of his superannuation when the company he was working for was declared bankrupt. This misfortune encouraged him to learn as much as he could about good financial management so that he would avoid making the same mistakes again. Mahesh worked has to educate himself and gain valuable qualifications in the finance industry. While doing so, he recognised an opportunity to help other migrants steer clear of the pitfalls that he encountered. After studying to become a qualified Financial Advisor, Mahesh then went on to build his own financial planning firm, working under AXA, AON, and Patron licensees. Since 1996 Mahesh has had the privilege to assist more than 1500 clients to achieve their financial goals using various wealth strategies going to help you immensely. You will be glad you become an Equity Advice client.
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I can not thank Equity Advice enough. Mahesh went above and beyond for me. Nothing was too difficult. It didn't matter what time of day or what day it was he answered every call, text message or email. I would highly recommend him and will be definately be calling him for advice and assistance with my next business or personal venture. Thank you.
Me and my husband highly recommend Mahesh Perera for those who looking for a home loan approval. We tried with so many brokers for the past 4 year to get a loan approval. With our complication of the situation non of them were successful. Mahesh helped us and guide us through the right direction and within a months our dream came true. We so happy with the service and recommend any one who is looking for a home loan. His quick response and effective communication speed up the loan process and made us to get our home soon. We really impressed with his service as this is something we were waiting on years...
I highly recommend Equity Advice, best service and reliable
It is far too often that you hear of people ending up with the wrong type of loan, a bad deal or sign up with promises that are never kept.