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In Focus: Broking beyond mortgages with RateSetter

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Tasha Levy 2 minute read

In this episode of In Focus, brought to you by RateSetter, host Annie Kane is joined the platform's national sales manager, Nicki Olds, to explore how brokers can diversify their service offering.

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Nicki outlines the core products offered by investment and lending platform RateSetter and explains how these offerings can provide brokers with more services to solve their clients' finance needs, which can help retain customers all while expanding revenue sources.

In this episode, tune in to find out:

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  • Why the consumer finance customer demographic aligns with homeowner customers
  • How new calculators can support customers throughout the home purchase cycle (pre-purchase, application and post-settlement)
  • Why brokers should be embracing fintechs

And plenty more!

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