Graeme Salt - Origin Finance

Graeme Salt

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Graeme Salt

Mortgage Broker, Sydney’s Inner West

  • Phone: 0457 755 084 / 1300 30 67 67
  • Business Address: 35-37 Old Canterbury Rd, Lewisham NSW 2049


Graeme Salt is a mortgage consultant, living in Sydney’s inner west with his young family.

Graeme has extensive experience of buying and selling property – both for investment properties and owner-occupied loans. Consequently, he is able to work with you (and other professionals) at every stage of the important but stressful, property purchase process.

Graeme has experience of running a small business.   Not only does he understand the challenges of family businesses and franchises, he also understands how this affects your ability to get a loan.

If you live in Sydney’s inner west, Graeme is happy to meet you at your home or at our inner west offices.

In addition to being a broker, Graeme is also the National Manager of Chan & Naylor Finance, a joint venture between Origin Finance and Chan & Naylor, Australia’s leading property accountants.

Graeme was educated at the universities of London and Sheffield in the UK and Lyon in France. Despite living in Australia for over a decade he still has a sad penchant for warm beer and the English cricket team.

Graeme Salt is an authorised Credit Representative (CRN 399494) of BLSSA Pty Ltd ACN 117 651 760 (Australian Credit Licence 391237)


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