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About Us

Founded in 2003, Successful Ways offers people in Sydney, Brisbane and surrounds an integrated approach to buying property and creating wealth for their future.

Centrally located in the city, our contemporary offices house a group of dynamic professionals (educators, lawyers, mortgage brokers, buyer’s agents, property managers and financial planners) who have come together with one aim in mind: to help people achieve their finance and property goals in the most efficient, enjoyable and no-nonsense manner.

Property Advice and Education

Our purpose is simple. We provide our clients with the best possible advice and solutions for all of their real estate and financial needs. We’re here to ensure your financial goals are not only met, but exceeded.

Founder Scott Durrant explains:

“Through our regular courses I realised that there was a need for somewhere for people to feel comfortable and cared for as they negotiated the hurdles of investments, property purchases and wealth creation. Successful Ways is a ‘one-stop shop’ that the banks, other mortgage lenders and even educational facilities simply cannot offer”.

Our Reputation & Achievements

We have built a reputation of being extremely well organised, helpful and making the home loan process as stress-free as possible.

Some of our achievements include:

  • AFG Top Mortgage Broker Award in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
  • REB Buyer’s Agent of the year 2017
  • REB Business Excellence Finalist 2017

Every professional service you need to purchase your first home or investment property as well as the right strategies to grow your wealth.
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