20 May 2021
Syd / Mel: 14:00
Bris: 14:00
Perth: 12:00

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MFAA Members
CPD Hours


Working with property developers can provide mortgage and finance brokers with a whole new pool of clients needing relatively large loan amounts and opportunities for repeat business.

Chris Reed and Domenic Suleman from Business Concepts Group will share their experience and knowledge in outlining the key benefits and pitfalls in property development lending.  

This webinar is for anyone who would like to expand their client base beyond residential lending.  Participants receive valuable and detailed advice as well as a generous discount to BCG’s next Property Development Masterclass.


Learning outcomes


At the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Minimise the time spent on assessing whether a deal is likely to proceed
  • Better understand what to look for and ask when assessing property development deals
  • Improved range of knowledge in the area
  • Filter out poor quality deals
  • Provide a better service or introduce a new service to your client base


Presented by

Chris Reed, Director, Business Concepts Group
Chris Reed

Chris Reed is a director of Business Concepts Group and leads the business advisory, superannuation and financial planning divisions. Chris is a FCPA (financial planning specialist) and SMSF Specialist with the SMSF Association and has over 20 years’ experience advising property developers on projects of all sizes from simple backyard subdivisions right through to large scale apartment projects.

Domenic Suleman, Director, Business Concepts Group
Domenic Suleman

Domenic Suleman is a director of Business Concepts Group and leads the Property Services and Lending Divisions. Domenic’s extensive range of skills and qualifications, combined with his many years of experience, set him apart as an adviser. He has an accounting, tax and business advisory background and is an FCPA, holds a Real Estate Agent License, is a lending specialist and is a certified member of MFAA (Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia).