The partnership is with Pivotal Financial, the Australian and New Zealand financial arm of RE/MAX.
For the past five years RE/MAX has worked with Geoff Bawden's Q Group, however he decided to end that relationship.
Bawden says "it was time to move on time move on and focus on Q Group."
The group has grown from 8 advisers a year ago to 15 now and he plans to add more advisers over time.
RE/MAX New Zealand managing director Michael Davoren says Mortgage Link advisers will be able to provide local support to the REMAX network across New Zealand.
“Mortgage Link has the scale to take Pivotal Financial to new levels of personalised service, working side-by-side with us to ensure our clients have the best possible RE/MAX experience," he said.
“Mortgage Link has both a broad geographical spread and product range through mortgage, insurance and wealth creation services, which we see as desirable for our network.”
Mortgage Link managing director, Josh Bronkhorst, said the partnership gave its financial advisers a "tremendous opportunity to work with real estate agents from a globally renowned brand and provide quality advice to more New Zealanders".
“We are partnering with the world's most productive real estate group, and our experienced financial advisers now team up with top-class real estate specialists to provide an exceptional service for New Zealand customers,” he said.
Davoren said the Pivotal Financial and Mortgage Link relationship meant RE/MAX clients had access to a full and complete service, which makes the buying and selling processes more relaxed and secure.
“Mortgage Link is a trusted name with a history of helping Kiwis into homes for almost three decades.
“This partnership is an exciting direction for all of us,” he said.
RE/MAX Australia and Pivotal Financial’s strategic partner in Australia is Connective, the nation’s leading aggregator.