Resolve Finance announces Gold Coast expansion, new partnership

Finance solutions company works towards growth

Resolve Finance announces Gold Coast expansion, new partnership


By Jonalyn Cueto

Resolve Finance, a finance solutions company, has embarked on new ventures as part of its plans to grow the business both in terms of geographical reach and brand awareness.

Extending reach

In a news release, has introduced Resolve Finance as its partner “to reshape the lending landscape and enhance opportunities for brokers and their clients.” With the partnership, Resolve Finance will have access to Funding’s suite of bridging, business and building loan products.

“With Funding’s renowned expertise in innovative short-term loans secured by property, borrowers can benefit from same-day approval and settlements within 48 hours,” the release said.

“Brokers are turning to Funding for a few reasons,” said Chris Maamoun (pictured, right), national sales and partnership lead of Funding, “to work with a reliable, experienced and reputable lender and to offer our diverse product offering to their clients. We seek like-minded partners who share our vision and philosophy, Resolve is one of those partners.”

“Partnering with Funding gives our mortgage brokers access to versatile and innovative products to help our customers achieve their home finance goals” said Don Crellin (pictured, left), managing director of Resolve Finance.

In a separate notice, Resolve Finance expressed its interest in branching out to Queensland for its East Coast expansion as it is seeing a fast growth in its broker numbers in the last 12 months. 

"We are incredibly excited about the opportunities that Queensland offers. The robust property market, surging interstate migration, and the upcoming 2032 Olympics present a unique landscape of growth and prosperity. We look forward to working closely with our clients and partners in Queensland,” Crellin said in a speech at Resolve Finance’s national conference on the Gold Coast. 

Queensland's property market has been described as the fastest growing in Australia, driven by a surge in demand from both local residents and interstate migrants. Between 2021 and 2022, around 50,000 people moved to the state, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). 

The hosting of the 2032 Olympics in Brisbane has resulted in a wave of infrastructure development to reshape the state’s landscape, potentially bringing forth to the state $7 billion in investments. The Queensland and federal governments will redevelop the Gabba, put up a Brisbane arena, and construct five new venues as well as upgrade nine venues across the city. 

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