• The appeal of rentvesting

    ‘Rentvesting’ is rapidly growing in popularity among consumers. Chris Gray explains why you should consider recommending this investment strategy to your clients in 2016

  • Do yourself a favour and invest in training: NextGen.Net

    NextGen.Net's training manager is urging brokers, lenders and BDMs to devote an hour to becoming proficient in ApplyOnline’s efficiency-driving features - and reap the benefits

  • ​Culture of generosity by BN

    1st Street Home Loans director Jeremy Fisher and his team have introduced a new philanthropic mission at their brokerage, which allows them to fundraise and support several different local and national not-for-profit organisations.

  • ​The benefits of benchmarking by Julia Corderoy

    Clint Waters is the director of More Rosh & Waters, a boutique mortgage and finance broking company he co-established in 2005. Success in the broking industry for Waters is, simply, about simplicity.

  • ​Brokers on Non-majors 2014 by AB

    For the second year, Australian Broker has run its Brokers on Non-majors survey, polling brokers on all aspects of the non-major lenders’ service proposition. The results saw some new lenders moving into leading positions, but one thing remained unchanged: for the second year in a row, Macquarie ran away with the competition

  • Time the most valuable commodity by Julia Corderoy

    For Scott Hawkanson, principal mortgage consultant at Australian Mortgage Brokers, getting involved in charitable causes is more about time than money.

  • ​MFAA changes to engage members by Adam Smith

    The MFAA has proposed some radical changes to its leadership structure, and it could hand greater control to brokers

  • ​Sam White: A Franchise With a Difference by Adam Smith

    Loan Market chairman Sam White says the company’s move to a franchise model was about empowering brokers, not restricting them