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How this elite business writer runs an independent brokerage

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

As one of only five women in our Elite Business Writers Ranking 2018, and a new entrant last year, Holly Bundy of Bundy Financial Services’ has blasted onto the scene having written more than $100 million in mortgages last year.

In this episode of Elite Broker, host Annie Kane is joined by Holly Bundy to find out how she achieved her success, how she is forging her own path in a male-dominated industry and why and how she runs her own independent brokerage.

She will discuss the benefits of working as a broker and the flexibility it provides, her plans for the business throughout 2019, and how her business has changed over the years.

You will also find out:

  • The challenges that came with starting her own business
  • The mentors who have influenced her career
  • Her thoughts on the royal commission's representation of the broker channel

And plenty more!


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