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Award-winning customer service in the regions

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Sam Arthurs, Customer Service of the Year (Regional) winner at the Australian Broking Awards, joins host Annie Kane on this week’s episode of Elite Broker to reveal how he delivers award-winning customer service to his clients and how Fabergé eggs got his broking career off to a cracking start.

Sam reflects on his win at the Australian Broking Awards, reveals what his bread and butter client is, and what the Sam Arthurs customer service experience entails.

Sam also shares:
• Trends in the Warrnambool property market 
• How he sources new business and referrals
• Top advice for new brokers coming into the industry

 

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