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A passion for education and financial literacy

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

As a finalist in last week’s Women in Finance Awards and with countless accolades in the Smartline franchise awards, Deb Smith is well versed in what it means to be a successful woman in the financial sector.

In this episode of the Elite Broker podcast, Deb joins host Annie Kane to share how her marketing career has helped her create an impression in the mortgage broking sector, why she joined Smartline and her thoughts on the recent changes in the industry. 

You will also find out:

  • How the process for first home buyers differs from other clients
  • The digital platform that Deb uses to best structure her day
  • How she came to contribute to the Evolved Woman e-book

And plenty more!

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