Aleisha Kerslake

Senior Support Manager

About Me

Aleisha has cemented herself as a vital player in the smooth operation of Shore Financial’s mortgage broking business.

Aleisha does whatever it takes to get loans approved in time for clients going to auction or needing things changed just before settlement.

A determined individual, Aleisha is efficient and highly organised when it comes to coordinating loan pre-approvals on time for Shore Financial’s clients. Aleisha is a real ‘people person’. She loves helping clients and responding to their queries in a prompt timeframe.

Aleisha feels most excited helping people buy the houses of their dreams. “Helping clients get approvals for houses they absolutely cannot miss out on is very exciting, especially when you see how happy they are. It is very rewarding.”

Prior to Shore Financial, Aleisha worked in compliance for Macquarie Bank and Xstrata Coal. Aleisha has always been mathematically minded. She was very interested in economics at school and went on to study a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance at the Australian National University (Canberra).

Aleisha has been congenial and proactive in helping us meet a quick settlement deadline. She responded to all of our queries, and resolved all the questions from the bank, in a timely and efficient manner. She took all the stress out of our settlement period – we cannot recommend her more highly!”

Shimi

I just wanted to send my immense thanks to you for all the work you put in to securing us our double mortgage and coordinating everything that went along with that. While I understand it is your profession, I feel you constantly went above and beyond what you needed to do, always keeping me in touch and up to date with what was going on and working long hours to secure everything for me successfully.

Jimmy

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