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How this young broker acquired clients all over Australia

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Belinda Caesar bought her first property at just 19, fell in love with real estate, and now delivers independent, award-winning broking services to clients all across Australia.

In this episode of Elite Broker, the Buyers Choice broker joins host Annie Kane to discuss how she gained such a diverse clientele, why she is sometimes referred to as a “mortgage therapist”, and how she manages a rapidly growing business that is tripling in volume each year.

Belinda also shares:

  • The qualities to look for in an aggregator
  • Her thoughts on the best interests duty legislation
  • Her plans to streamline 

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

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