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Why the future is bright for Marcus Roberts

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After having worked in banking and financial planning, Brighter Finance’s broker and podcaster Marcus Roberts made the move into brokers four years ago and hasn’t look back.

In this episode of Elite Broker, host Annie Kane sits down with Marcus to find out why he made the move into this channel, how he set up his brokerage and operates his one-man band, and why and how he’s launched his own podcast series, Sydney Property Insider.

Tune in to find out:

- Why he decided to start his own business
- How he makes the most of his CRM
- The trends he’s seeing in first home buyer activity

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