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MFAA Prosper : Mortgage and Finance Brief 05
on to eventually land a job with Universal Studios in Japan, where they taught him to fight and perform different stunts. He met Kylie at Sea World where she was also a performer, and they went on to tour the world, doing just about everything from land and jet-ski 'fire burns', high diving, mock hand-to-hand combat and daredevil motorcycle stunts. "I think life knowledge is a huge part of being able to communicate and connect with people," says Bren. "Performing is about connecting with your audience, and so is mortgage brokering -- it's just tamer." "We love a challenge," admits Kylie, "and that's why we enjoyed stunt work as it got the adrenalin running. You have to keep up the pace in mortgage brokering as well by always being in constant communication with your clients, conveyancers, and real estate agents. It's a great feeling when you get a deal settled -- so we still feel that adrenalin rush." Bren believes brokers can provide the client service that the banks seem to have lost when it comes to lending. "As for the future, I see MFAA providing a platform giving brokers credibility as experts, supporting our businesses and ensuring that brokers stay professional and keep learning and improving." Matthew Bransgrove, Partner firstname.lastname@example.org Kate Cooper, Partner email@example.com Mortgage and Litigation Experts Paul Formentin says his career in pharmaceutical sales taught him the importance of providing accurate information to clients. “ The most important skill I feel I have brought to my broking career is a genuine respect for people from all walks of life. ” Paul Formentin, Refund Home Loans InDepth
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