Bryce Dahl has taken over from Judith Colville at Mike Pero Mortgages in Northland.
Dahl spent 11 years working in a family business before making the recent move.
MPM said Dahl “understands that each customer situation is different and is focused on tailoring his service to their specific needs”.
Dahl is joined by his wife Jennifer, who will take on a role as a mortgage adviser. Jennifer has a wealth of experience in banking, covering personal and commercial lending.
MPM said Jennifer’s goal as a Mike Pero Mortgage Adviser is “to make the home buying process as fuss-free as possible for customers”.
Mike Pero has also announced changes to its Tauranga team.
Amanda Stephens joins Tracey Coxhead’s team. She has eight years of experience in the finance and insurance industry.
MPM said Stephens was inspired to join the industry by an experience she had with a broker during her own home-buying process. Stephens wants to “provide customers with the same passionate service”.
Dane Vickers, meanwhile, has joined Jacob Annal’s team in Hamilton. Vickers joined Mike Pero in 2018 as part of the support team, and will now take on work as an adviser.
Teena Smith comes on board as part of Mike Pero’s Auckland team, under Sherilyn Fretton.
MMPS said: “Personal experience has taught Teena that the right person can help home buyers save time, money and stress. With her expertise, knowledge and positive attitude, she’s eager to be that person for customers.”
Todd McFlinn joins the Flat Bush, Auckland business, working alongside his father Grant. Over the past ten years, Todd has worked for several of the major banks in NZ, specialising in home lending and pricing.
MPM said Todd “understands the challenges facing home buyers in Auckland and is keen to make this process run as smoothly as possible for them”.
Meanwhile, Ivy Liang takes ownership of MPM’s Favona, Auckland franchise.
MPM said: “With extensive experience in the finance industry and a passion for helping people, Ivy is looking forward to helping customers achieve their financial goals.
Liang is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.