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SMIB Partner with Bartercard

Sustainable Mortgage & Insurance Brokers Partner with Bartercard NZ

Sustainable Mortgage & Insurance Brokers Director Farida Davis is pleased to announce a newly signed agreement with Bartercard NZ to allow Bartercard’s 7000 members the ability to pay for a range of Insurance Products using their Bartercard Trade Dollars.

Sustainable Mortgage & Insurance Brokers is owned and run by Farida and Jason Davis. We strive to help people protect what’s important to them through Insurance, reach their financial goals early with well-structured home loans and plan for retirement with KiwiSaver. We are proud to be able to offer you these services free of charge allowing you to compare products and make sure anything we recommend is the right fit for you.

Partnering with Bartercard allows us to offer our services to all of the members within the Bartercard network and allows them to pay for their Insurance needs with Trade Dollars.

“As a Mother and a Business owner I understand the need to have the right Insurance in place to protect yourself from risk whilst also making sure that is affordable and sustainable for the long term,” says Farida Davis, Director of Sustainable Mortgage & Insurance Brokers.

Our office is located on the Hauraki Plains right in the middle of the golden triangle in the North Island. This means we are only one hour from our clients in Auckland the Waikato and the Bay of Plenty. So travelling to see a client for a financial wellness review at their home or business is no issue for the Sustainable team.

Currently we are offering all Bartercard members the chance to purchase nib Easy Health – comprehensive cover with a 20% discount for the life of the policy

If you are thinking about health insurance, you might like to consider nib’s Easy Health, especially if you have pre-existing medical conditions that might preclude you from getting cover.

Easy Health provides comprehensive cover for you and your family for those big medical expenses, including cover for many pre-existing conditions. With a range of options, we can work together to tailor your policy to suit your needs and budget.

For a limited time, you can take advantage of a special offer on nib’s Easy Health of a 20% discount for the lifetime of your policy if everyone on your policy is under the age of 60 at the start of your policy, and the stand-down period for eligible pre-existing conditions reduced from 3 years to just 2 years. Terms and Conditions apply.

nib is the second largest health insurance provider in New Zealand. They offer private health insurance ideally suited to Kiwis that is easy to understand, easy to claim on and most of all good value.

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