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New business model to help brokers diversify

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

By: Staff Reporter

The Mortgage Planner Group is gearing up to launch a new business model that is said to reshape the way brokers do business.

According to the company’s principal Darryl Benn, the new model, which will be officially launched on 25 May 2010, will help brokers grow their business and improve client relations.

“While I don’t want to give too much away, I will say that this model is completely new to the mortgage industry, this is a first for Australia and it will change the way in which brokers work with their clients in the future,” Mr Benn said.

“We realised some time ago that a lot of brokers were facing challenges to survive and grow a viable business with shrinking commissions, less loan products to offer and tightened lending regulations. However, that will soon be a thing of the past because we now have a solution for brokers by providing new options to successfully build a sustainable business.”

The new model is said to help brokers grow and diversify their core offering beyond the traditional home loan.

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