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The Rise Of Commercial Mortgage Investments

Monday, 9 October 2023, 2:02 pm | Omega Capital

Kiwi’s love affair with property as a go-to investment choice remains strong, but one option is becoming increasingly popular amid today’s unpredictable economic climate and investment landscape. Property finance consultants Omega Capital, who ... More >>

Omega Capital Says Inconsistent Government Legislation Is Tying Developers’ Hands – Worse Housing Crisis Looms

Monday, 21 February 2022, 5:52 pm | Omega Capital

Government moves to free up housing supply is doing little to help developers who are feeling a credit squeeze leaving them unable to get finance to buy land and build more houses, say mortgage brokers. The General Manager of Waikato based Omega Capital, ... More >>

New Housing Rules To Stimulate Development May Be Hindered By Tight Finance Restrictions

Wednesday, 3 November 2021, 10:05 am | Omega Capital

Government moves to intensify building development and stimulate housing has given a green light to build more houses, but developers already have the brakes on because of tight lending restrictions by banks, say mortgage brokers. The General Manager ... More >>

Bankers Leaving The Industry In Frustration As Lending Rules Tighten

Tuesday, 2 November 2021, 8:53 am | Omega Capital

Employees in mainstream banking are leaving the sector as they become fatigued by constantly changing lending rules says the new General Manager of leading mortgage brokerage Omega Capital. Noni Martin joined Omega Capital in June last year after ... More >>

Developer demand for bank-alternative mortgages surges

Monday, 22 August 2016, 3:16 pm | Omega Capital

An environment characterised by soaring demand for housing and a passive stance imposed by New Zealand’s trading banks has placed companies like Omega Capital Corporation in a position of strength. More >>




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