Big Deal

  • A Big Deal: Aaron Bell

    Smartbank delivers timely approval for broker Aaron Bell

  • A big deal: Chris Brown

    Award-winning finance broker and real estate agent Chris Brown is the founder and managing director of Sydney brokerage. He helped a young self-employed couple who had been rejected for a property loan by two lenders

  • A big deal: Ollie Lum

    He recently helped a client obtain an interest-only loan involving 22 securities

  • A big deal: Chris Howitt

    Chris Howitt is an experienced mortgage broker at Port Melbourne who has worked at Mortgage Choice for more than 16 years. He assisted a single mum who was struggling to secure a construction loan so she could build her first home

  • A Big Deal: Tony Caab by Tony Caab

    Tony Caab, adviser at Smartline, explains why it's important to prepare for a high level of scrutiny when assessors review your applications, and why utilising your BDM and credit scenarios team is key to minimising credit surprises

  • A Big Deal: Alycia Inglis by Alycia Inglis

    Alycia Inglis, director at Stoneturn, explains why it is important to educate your clients on the complexity and potential length of the loan application process

  • A Big Deal: Amy Small by Contributor

    Amy Small, regional director and finance broker at Professional Lending Solutions, learns that business lending can offer some clients surprisingly huge savings in the consolidation process, even for bank-savvy clients

  • A Big Deal: Aaron Christie-David by Contributor

    Finance broker and MD at Atelier Wealth on how a challenging client can be a blessing in disguise

  • A Big Deal: Scott Roberts by AB

    Scott Roberts, chief executive of IBN Direct, discusses how a second opinion and collaboration led to a client’s happy ending

  • A Big Deal: Jenel McClelland by Jenel McClelland

    Jenel McClelland, senior mortgage broker and founder of Green Apples Finance Australia, explains how working with her client to understand the worth of a deal was key to getting it over the line with the lender