Mike Pero Mortgages Looking Forward To New Housing Policy
Mike Pero Mortgages is looking forward to the Government-elect’s housing policy, which it believes will be positive for existing home-owners and for new home-buyers looking to enter the market.
New Woman At The Helm Of Mike Pero Mortgages Gisborne
Bridgette Penny is the new franchise owner of the established Mike Pero Mortgages Gisborne franchise.
Lucky Timing for Tokoroa Meter Reader
Michelle Clarke’s home in Awanui is about to have a $10,000 spring makeover thanks to Mike Pero Mortgages, and she could not be happier.
Arundel Wins A Bundle From Mike Pero Mortgages
Motueka’s Daniel Arundel was presented with a cheque for $10,000 from Mike Pero Mortgages on Tuesday night, after winning the major prize in a recent Mike Pero Mortgages radio promotion ‘Get out of the red and Back in Black’, which aired on The Rock.
Young Gun Takes Over Waikato Franchise
Jacob Annals is the new franchise owner of the Mike Pero Mortgages Hamilton Office. The 25 year-old has worked as a broker in the Hamilton office for just over a year before taking over the franchise at the beginning of July.
Mike Pero Mortgages busts New Zealand Debt Stress
Mike Pero Mortgages, New Zealand’s largest and most trusted mortgage broking company, is currently expanding the services available to its customers.
Mike Pero Mortgages Opens New Office in Alpine Resort Town
Mike Pero Mortgages has officially opened its latest office in the resort town of Queenstown.
Christchurch Woman Takes Mortgage Holiday for a Year
Nikki Saunders of Christchurch can’t wipe the smile off her face after winning Mike Pero Mortgages “Take A Mortgage Holiday” promotion.
Child Cancer Benefits from Jesse Ryder's Run Rate
Mike Pero Mortgages has handed over a cheque for $3,400 to the Child Cancer Foundation based on the number of runs Jesse Ryder scored in two of the Twenty/20 matches during the English cricket tour to New Zealand.
Each Jesse Ryder Run is $100 for Child Cancer
Mike Pero Mortgages has thrown its support behind hard-hitting Black Caps and Wellington batsman Jesse Ryder – and the Child Cancer Foundation will benefit as a result.