Work is flooding in and the boss is panicking about organising new staff. If your first move is to start firing off emails to the new hires, STOP!
Collecting documents from clients can be a headache. Every minute you spend chasing this paperwork, printing, signing, scanning and emailing the documents back and forth, is less time you have to bring in new business.
It probably seems obvious but if you don’t market your business, you won’t succeed. You might have the best mortgage broking game in the marketplace but that means nothing if potential customers don’t know about it.
It’s the start of a new year and you know it’s going to be a big one for your business. You’ve got lots of potential clients on the horizon and you’re keen to start chasing leads.
Filing cabinets stuffed full of files have gone, faxes are ancient technology and photocopiers probably won’t be around for much longer. Security and compliance are core issues in any mortgage broker's business plan. Check out our four tips to get you heading down the right path.
Requesting monthly reports from your team is a core element in any organisation. Regardless of size, status or location - startups and global corporations all measure and report on their performance to someone.
We all know its crucial, but many of us struggle with the mechanics.
Getting regular reports completed in a timely and orderly fashion is hard when day to day activities take priority.
Clinton has been in the business for 17 years providing top service out of Hawthorn, Melbourne to Australian home owners.
Working with over 25 bank and non-bank lenders, including the “big four”, the team at Axton Finance pride themselves in giving: No run-around, no jargon, no worries, service.
I had a chat with Clinton as he's a like minded techie - not afraid to make use of cloud tools to improve his business. So let's hear from Clinton.