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How mortgage brokers can maximise revenue in 2024

Being a mortgage broker can be incredibly satisfying and rewarding. But it can also be a complex and technical job, with challenges that constantly need to be faced and goalposts that continually change.

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What challenges do brokers face?

Based on our deep understanding of the property market, our guide includes an exploration of four of the main challenges faced by mortgage brokers in 2024: 

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Challenge 1:

Lack of communication is one of the biggest challenges in the property industry. This risk can be very damaging for brokers as it can cause unnecessary delays, client dissatisfaction, and even deal failures.

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Challenge 2:

Mortgage brokers find themselves spending far too much time chasing for updates and problem-solving. As a result, many hours could have been saved and used to secure new business.  

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Challenge 3:

Conveyancing processes are often complex, different, and ever-changing. Add in regulatory requirements and antiquated systems and you've got one of the most time-consuming parts of a property transaction. 

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Challenge 4:

Mortgage Brokers are often limited by the lack of revenue-generating opportunities. This is because their focus is more on chasing issues and following up on transactions.

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Our guide includes key recommendations for how mortgage brokers can maximise revenue in 2024.

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