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Forging a strong brokerage in the NT

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Northern Territory-based broker Janine Ashmore took home two awards at the Better Business Awards 2019 SA/NT, winning the Best Regional Broker for her individual work while her office (Aussie Darwin) was recognised as Best Regional Office.

In this episode of the Elite Broker podcast, Janine joins host Annie Kane to share how she is growing her business in the NT despite a downturn in the market, her thoughts on the royal commission recommendations and what they mean for her business moving forward, and how her past career working with Centrelink has aided her broking career.

Janine will also share:

  • The challenges that the NT market presents
  • The marketing strategies that have worked for her and those that haven’t 
  • The growth strategy of her business

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

Aussie names its best brokers
Sydney downturn ‘sharpest in over two decades’
Regional markets offsetting national home value drop

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