It would be fair to say that 2012 has been an exciting yet challenging year for us all within the Mortgage Broking industry. There’s been many highs and a few lows, however as we look back and reflect, it’s clear that during 2012 the broking industry continued to grow and evolve and successfully tackled . . . → Read More: 2012…the year that was for Mortgage Broking
As 2012 draws to a close you’re no doubt thinking about what lies ahead next year.
To help get you started, or supplement your current thinking, we’ve pulled together a list of 3 key areas that will have a positive impact on the results you achieve during 2013… both personally and professionally.
1. Key . . . → Read More: Planning for the Year Ahead
It’s clear that keeping clients and developing client loyalty can bring significant returns to your mortgage broking or financial lending business.
Attending a mortgage broker training course will help you understand the maths behind these calculations.
Certainly, it is one of the primary reasons behind any firm’s success. If you look at . . . → Read More: How to Calculate the Lifetime Value of a Mortgage Broking Client
How to effectively communicate via email as a Mortgage Broker
During the last 10 years email has become one of, if not the most widely used form of communication within the business community and society as a whole surpassing the more traditional forms of Faxes and Letters, which now almost seem a distant memory.
. . . → Read More: Effective E-Mail Communication for Mortgage Brokers
Have you ever heard the saying “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”?
In Australia, more than half of small business start-ups fail within the first two years. While the reasons for failure vary, the single biggest explanation is that these small business owners have not taken the time to plan and implement strategies . . . → Read More: 6 Key Steps to Building Your Mortgage Broking Business
As a mortgage broker, can your business really benefit from Social Media or is it just a passing fad?
Our research indicates that between 70% and 80% of mortgage brokers believe that social media isn’t a passing fad but in fact will be an important marketing tool of the future, however they aren’t quite . . . → Read More: How to Leverage Social Media to Grow your Mortgage Broking Business
Professional mortgage brokers in Sydney can help you save money in several different ways.
First, a qualified mortgage broker has had to complete at least the Certificate IV in Finance (Mortgage Broking) and many have gone on to complete the Diploma in Mortgage Broking.
This training in finance requires the professional broker to learn . . . → Read More: How Can a Professional Mortgage Broker Help You Save Money in Sydney?
As you know, if clients appreciate you, they are more likely to come back and use your services again and significantly more likely to refer you to their friends.
Having good client relationships is essential, however there are a huge number of professional business relationships that will be crucial to your success.
There are . . . → Read More: Develop Stronger Business Relationships
When it comes to marketing your mortgage broking business these days it’s difficult to stand out from the crowd – research has shown that consumers are exposed to some 3,000 advertising messages per day.
Learn how to market your mortgage broking business by completing the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management with Intellitrain.
. . . → Read More: 5 Ways Mortgage Brokers Can Supercharge Their Marketing Impact
Mortgage Broker Training Courses are available in Sydney Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and Adelaide, Australia.
Our mortgage broker training course is delivered over 3 days and run in all states via face-to-face training, an online training course, distance learning (correspondence) for anyone outside the capital cities as well as via RPL for experienced mortgage . . . → Read More: Mortgage Broker Training Courses – Cert IV and Diploma