Free Business Networking Event:
How will the Banking Royal Commission Impact Home Buyers?
Join us for our next Networking Connexions event as we discuss the recent Hayne’s Royal Commission into the financial sector.
Our speaker Rod Lam will guide our attendees and discuss the future ramifications for consumers seeking home loans to purchase a property.
Rod Lam is a leading Brisbane Finance Broker from Rumble Finance Brokers and brings to the table a wealth of experience with residential mortgage broking.
This is a great opportunity for anyone working within the property industry in understanding how taking out a home loan could change dramatically following the recommendations from the Royal Commission into the Financial Sector.
Almost 60% of Australian’s obtain home loans through mortgage broker introduction. Key recommendations from the Royal Commission may dramatically affect the viability of this important channel. This will almost certainly lead to customers returning to dealing with banks directly.
This is a not to be missed event brought to you by Networking Connexions and Desketing, this is also a fantastic chance to network with other business owners, share ideas, and gain new business connections.
What is Included?
The free event includes casual networking, round the room introductions and nibbles.
Who should attend?
Property Investors and Developers
Consultants and Service Providers
Finance and Investment Professionals
Real Estate Agents and Marketers
Who are the Organisers?
Our Networking Connexions group welcomes you to an afternoon business networking where our experienced business directors will facilitate a discussion of commonly faced business issues and will workshop solutions for these challenges.
Business owners and directors will benefit from the event by sharing their own experiences and meeting and interacting with business owners and directors from a wide network of industries including accounting, design, marketing, IT and so much more.
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