Plan aims to raise standards for its brokers

Monday 17 May 2004

Mortgage broking aggregator Plan New Zealand will be aiming to raise the standards of its member brokers as a response to both an expected slowdown in the housing market and to the emergence of cut-price aggregators in Australia.

By The Landlord

Mortgage broking aggregator Plan New Zealand will be aiming to raise the standards of its member brokers as a response to both an expected slowdown in the housing market and to the emergence of cut-price aggregators in Australia.

"It seems there�s a new aggregator every month now and they�re all trying to vie with each other for business," Ray Hair, national sales manager and trans-Tasman manager for the New Zealand company�s parent, Plan Australia, told the New Zealand company�s annual conference last week.


Plan New Zealand will be putting more effort into training and education.

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