Forging a path in the WA broking market

Bianca Patterson, Calculated Lending Bianca Patterson, Calculated Lending
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Director of Calculated Lending Bianca Patterson is no stranger to recognition within the industry. This year, she took home the Editor’s Choice award at the WA Better Business Awards, wherein she also previously won the titles of Broker of the Year and Rising Star.

In this episode of Elite Broker, Bianca joins hosts Annie Kane and James Mitchell to share how her journey, which started in politics and law, has taken her to a career in broking, and how she is now changing the lives of her clients on a daily basis.

Bianca will also discuss how the challenging Perth property market is impacting mortgage demand, unpack where Calculated Lending fits into that market and share her thoughts on the importance of self-belief.

Tune in to find out:

  • What made her realise that she should be running her own business
  • How she finds sharing an office with other brokers from other companies
  • Why a business plan is paramount to success

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

Best in the business: The Adviser Better Business Awards 2018
Leading brokers in WA honoured
2018 Winners Western Australia

Forging a path in the WA broking market
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