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Why choose Citiwide Homeloans?

Whether you understand the mortgage broking market or have no experience in it at all, as a Citiwide franchisee, you’ll get the training and back up support you need to run a successful business.

You’ll have the freedom to work the hours you want, from where you want with the backing of an experienced team and a well established brand.

To secure one of the remaining Victorian territories, please contact Patrick Marion on 1300 732 630 today.

Start your own mortgage broking business

Benefits include:

  • An established brand
  • Flexible work hours to suit your lifestyle
  • Better customer service model.
  • Proven business systems
  • All the training and support you need

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ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott has explained the significance of the third-party channel to the group's home lending business, noting that brokers provide far bigger mortgages than its proprietary channels.

ALL the recent talk of a housing bubble has not scared off home buyers.

Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens is “very concerned” about Sydney’s “crazy” house prices, Treasury secretary John Fraser thinks the city is “unequivocally” in a housing bubble, and words like “bloodbath” are being thrown around.

But according to a new survey commissioned by mortgage broker Citiwide Homeloans, nearly two thirds (63 per cent) of Australians are convinced house prices will not drop in the next five years.

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