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Building a large brokerage from the ground up

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Robyn Tongol 4 minute read

Building a large brokerage is a major task but some brokers, like Martin Bennett from The Loan Room, has been doing it in a step-by-step process. We find out how he’s doing it.

In this episode of Elite Broker, host Annie Kane catches up with the Victoria-based broker and CEO of growing brokerage, The Loan Room, to learn how he’s been building his broking business, why he wants to build a 50-strong broking business, and the challenges and lessons he’s learned over his 15-year broking career.

Tune in to find out:

- Why he started his own broking business
- How he structures and manages his team
- Why he thinks one-man band brokerages are no longer sustainable
And much more!



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