What does a credit broker do? He …

• analyses whether the intended project is realistic

• always looks for the strengths of the client and solely represents his interests

• creates a personalized payment concept, taking into account the client's personal needs and risk propensity

• supports for the professional development of financing
(credit, building-loan contract or leasing)

• creates a neutral view of the market and offers sound comparison
free from conflicts of interest

• minimises bureaucracy through professional preparation of all documents required by the bank; processing can be accelerated

• saves time and renders going-to-the-bank unnecessary; constantly changing contacts and bureaucratic harassment belong to the past

• examines credit contracts and conditions and translates "legalese” to comprehensive terms

• sustainably manages over a client's life cycle and stays a competent partner even after the financial commitment

• obtains genuine and sustainable cash savings by optimizing conditions