Business Brokers Partnerships

We understand that some banks pay brokers upfront payments for referrals however not every deal suits the one bank.  There are times when we structure deals for clients that include drawing equity from homes, taking out chattel mortgages and business loans as well as debtor finance for working capital.   Unlike some others, we are happy to share both upfront payments as well as ongoing trailing commissions, not only on the business loans we settle, but on all lending including home loans refinanced with each deal.

We can help you build an ongoing income stream in your business, one that continues to subsidise your expense, even when sales are slow.  Your payments are made automatically by our aggregator or financier, so you always get paid, every month.

In addition to paying you for the initial loan, we will pay you whenever help that client at any time in the future.  They are ‘tagged’ as your client too, so even years after you have sold them the business, we may still be paying you for new lending.

Here are some examples of the commissions available.   All our commissions are disclosed to clients and this includes payments to referral partners.  We have never had a complaint from a client regarding payment to one of our partners. Just $7M of business sales per annum could see you receiving up to $17,750 per annum for the life of the loans.

Business Sales
Average Home Loan Refinanced
$ 400,000 per loan 
Potential Upfronts Potential Annual
Trailing Income 
 $ 3,000,000.00 $ 4,000,000.00  $ 12,600.00  $ 8,750.00
 $ 5,000,000.00 $ 6,000,000.00  $ 19,800.00  $ 13,750.00
 $ 7,000,000.00 $ 7,200,000.00  $ 25,560.00  $ 17,750.00
 $ 10,000,000.00 $ 10,000,000.00  $ 36,000.00  $ 25,000.00
 $ 12,000,000.00 $ 12,000,000.00  $ 43,200.00  $ 30,000.00
 $ 20,000,000.00 $ 14,000,000.00  $ 61,200.00  $ 42,500.00

Sign up for Partnership program by completing our Referral Agreement and Payment Splits Form (it only takes 10 mins). Fill out the form below to receive the Agreement Form by email.

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