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Benefits of Becoming A High-Income Loan Broker

To become a loan broker, you will need the tools of the trade.
A loan broker can earn up to $70,000 part-time or $175,000
or more full-time, potential. So let's get started in this exciting
high-income business by outlining the facts and benefits of
becoming a high-income loan broker.

What is a loan broker?

A loan broker is an intermediary agent between a borrower
and a lender, passing on information from the borrower to the
lender. Most people are not familiar with the finance industry
and only know their local bank. If they can't make a deal with
their local bank they don't know where to go, so they contact
a loan broker who can introduce the borrower to many other
qualified lenders who are more flexible than banks and offer
competitive rates. You also need to know lenders who deal
in more difficult proposals as well.

To become a loan broker, you need to "Work Smart" Not Hard!

As a loan broker, you need to know how to have people
contact you with their financial needs, which lenders to
contact based on the type of loan your client is looking
for, and what information the lender needs to approve
the loan.

As a loan broker, the business advantages are:

  • No experience required
  • No selling involved
  • No employees or office rent
  • No inventory or special equipment
  • Can be worked from home or office
  • Ideal for men or women
  • Can be operated part-time, at your own pace

A modern day entrepreneur shouldn't be required
to carry a stock of materials, handle an inventory
of products, or be burdened with their sales and
delivery. Your time is much more valuable and
should be spent building your business income.

Most businesses in which a person can earn
serious money does not have all these advantages.
That's why you should pay careful attention to
this exceptional business and realize how profitable
it can be for you.

A professional "Financial Business Agent" negotiates
with the most sought-after product in the world...MONEY.
A professional "Financial Business Agent" knows where
the lenders or investors are and what type of loans or
investments they prefer. Then they match the borrower
with the right lender or investor. When a proposal is
accepted, your potential fee for each loan could be
$2,000, $5,000, $10,000, $20,000 dollars or more
depending on the size of the loan.

What Type of Loans Does A Loan Broker Handle?

A loan broker handles loans for almost any useful
purpose such as venture projects, factoring, accounts
receivable, boat and equipment loans or leases,
mortgages, income properties, business loans of all
kinds, working capital, commercial projects, debt
consolidation, and auto, truck, boat and equipment
loans or leases.

How Does A Loan Broker Get Paid?

When a loan proposal is accepted by the lender,
fees are paid to the loan broker by the borrower
or the lender by written agreement.

Does A Person Need Experience to Become A Loan Broker?

Experience is not required to become a loan broker.
In-home training is available. The best part of this
business is its low overhead - if a person don't have
an outside office he or she can work from home -
there is no inventory and the person is free to do
business anywhere in Canada, the U.S.A., or
overseas.

Where Can I Find An In-Home Training Program To
Become A Loan Broker And Earn A High Six-Figure Income?

For almost 30 years, Brooks B. Benjamin, President
of Consumers United and Triple-AAA, has been
offering expertise in the loan brokering business.
Mr. Benjamin is offering a self-employment business
program for persons who would like to be in the
high-income financial service business as a
high-income loan broker. Take the first step towards earning
a six-figure income by visiting his website:
http://www.becomealoanbroker.net/.

Get Details And Your Loan Broker Starter Kit Now

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