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How Kirsty Dunphey is turning it ‘Up’ in Tasmania

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Having a strong network is important for all brokers, but for Tasmanian-based broker Kirsty Dunphey, director and broker at Up Loans, it’s paramount.

In this episode of Elite Broker, we catch up with Kirsty to discuss the importance of strong professional relationships in delivering a successful brokerage and leapfrogging over potential challenges. 

Whether it’s having a mentor that has seen it all, leaning on experienced BDMs, or developing peer-to-peer learning with local brokers, Kirsty has learned (sometimes the hard way) how key a collaborative approach to finding solutions is, particularly for new brokers.

Tune in to find out:

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- How the Launceston market is faring
- The one deal that she’ll never forget
- What Kirsty does as an FBAA state councillor

  

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