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A message from the CEO Anthony Alabakov
Our mission is to ensure the experience with My Mortgage Freedom exceeds every expectation.Start your experience here
How the journey started
My Mortgage Freedom is an industry leading mortgage broking business operating Australasia wide. With head office based in Melbourne, the company has excelled in the Australian mortgage market through providing the most superior customer experience and innovative solutions to a wide range of customers. With specialists in various areas of finance, they’ve got the right person to help you.
Expanding into Asia was the natural progression of the company given their ability to quickly establish confidence through professionalism and a proven track record of excellence in Australia.
Our vision is to lead our clients to financial freedom through continued education and product innovation.
Ensure experience, exceeds expectation.
Our Cultural Values
- Maintain Growth & Development
- Stay Humble
- Be Honest
- Be Professional, but be yourself
- Live with Passion
- Responsibility – Own It
- 2 Heads are Better than 1, Teamwork!
- Be full of curiosity!
- Don’t forget the laughter & finish the day with a smile :)
Meet your specialist
Anthony Alabakov Founder and CEO
Sean Murphy Associate Director
Stephanie Carello Senior Mortgage Consultant
Abbey Reggardo Senior Mortgage Consultant
Janahan Kumaralingam Private Client Adviser
Jemma Guyatt Customer Experience Manager
Nathan McLellan Customer Experience Manager
Gabriel Zappiello Senior Mortgage Consultant
Eric Hu Senior Mortgage Consultant
Andrew Macheras Senior Mortgage Consultant
Read our latest Blog
How to get Property Development funding in placeby Anthony Alabakov on August 20
How to get your project out of the ground It’s well documented how challenging development funding has become with banks, in light of tightening of lending policy and I wanted to share my experiences on how you can still obtain funding where other developers can’t. Equity/investment Considering obtaining investors in form of equity or set […]Read more ›
Will the Melbourne property market collapse?by Sean Murphy on June 22
No matter where you look in the media you will come across different opinions and articles about whether there will be a ‘big collapse’ in Melbourne’s property market. Will we experience what the USA went through in 2008? I want to share my opinion based on my interpretation of past events, and my speculation of […]Read more ›
How to take advantage when banks are increasing your interest rateby Anthony Alabakov on April 25
We have been in contact with many of our valued clients recently, in light of their current lenders advising their home or investment loan interest rate has increased. Some lenders have even increased it numerous times over the last 6 months. The focus has been investment loans from the banks, but they have also increased […]Read more ›
How much Stamp Duty will a First Home Buyer pay in 2017??by Sean Murphy on April 04
How much Stamp Duty will First Home Buyer’s have to pay after June 30th 2017?? Victorians first home buyer’s will be welcoming changes made by the state government in July 2017, reducing the amount of stamp duty in full in some cases. Victorians pay among the highest stamp duty fees in the country, so this […]Read more ›
Solving the Non-Resident Lending Issuesby Anthony Alabakov on February 13
Our firm work with banks on a daily basis, and most of the time banks do a great job in fulfilling the lending needs of Australian borrowers (obviously originated from brokers!). But when it comes to non-resident, I can’t help but shake my head. An abrupt exit from the big banks has left international Investors […]Read more ›
Tips on Winning Auctions!by Sean Murphy on October 17
Melbourne’s auctions are going crazy. Agents are getting huge groups through properties from all walks of life, from first home buyers to investors, things are super competitive. There is simply not enough stock to service the demand. So with more people out hunting for their first or next property, we need to be more educated, […]Read more ›