Broking in regional, remote and rural areas comes with many advantages, but it can also be challenging at times. Tas Bindi chats with brokers about what it’s like to run a business in regional towns.
The grass is greener, the air is cleaner, and the community is more connected. While some believe strong opportunities only exist in the city, there are many perks to running a broking business in regional areas.
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