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Maintaining a passive income during COVID-19

Promoted by HashChing

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused a fundamental shift in the way that brokers operate.

Mortgage Broker passive income

Being forced to rapidly change how you interact with customers naturally comes with challenges and uncertainty. However with thorough preparation and strategy, there are ways that you can navigate these unprecedented times and help your business to not just survive, but thrive.

Dependable, passive income streams are the holy grail of mortgage brokers right now. These sources of revenue will serve as a bedrock with which to then grow. As Australia’s leading mortgage broker platform, HashChing is committed to helping mortgage brokers maintain a passive income through delivering fantastic customer services.

Here are 3 ways HashChing is helping brokers to maintain a passive income:

1. HashSolar

Recessions refocus the mind on long-term goals - making sure debt is paid down and saving for the future. In the past that meant fewer renovations and more cash under the mattress. Today, there are many investments available to homeowners to help secure their future. One of the most compelling is rooftop solar. HashChing’s partnership with Australian renewable energy brand United Solar Group, which saw the creation of HashSolar, is designed to help mortgage brokers break into this niche market.

The real gem lies in the HashSolar remuneration scheme, as HashChing brokers have the potential to earn from $400 to $2500 in commissions from one client! 

HashSolar is a one-stop shop solution that provides access to Renewable Energy solutions like rooftop solar PV, battery storage solutions, energy management services and low cost grid solutions to all of our new and existing customers. 

2. HashConnect

Moving homes isn’t easy, especially during these uncertain times. But the market is still functioning, and there is a genuine appetite for those who are moving house to do so quickly.  Through HashConnect, there are services you can offer your customers to help make it as seamless as possible, while earning commissions on your way. 

One of those is HashConnect - a service that connects all of the major utilities (electricity, gas, internet, phone, pay TV) in just one call. It's a free service that you can offer to all your customers to get them moving faster.  

3. HashConveyancing 

Finally, HashChing’s conveyancing service enables your clients to connect with certified solicitors once you’ve lodged their home loan application. And it can all be done in a matter of minutes. 

Lowest in market services from $700 + Gst, include a review of contract, review of building and pest inspection reports, review of strata report, and advice on stamp duty exemption / concession eligibility.

Through the aforementioned assistance, available exclusively via HashChing’s platform, mortgage brokers are able to increase their offering as well as earning attractive commissions to build up on their passive income.

Visit https://www.hashching.com.au/ or contact us on 1800 464 338 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


HashChing is fully operational and here to assist brokers throughout this crisis. If you would like to know more about how HashChing can support you and your business, please get in touch with the support team on 1800 464 338 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Maintaining a passive income during COVID-19
Mortgage Broker passive income

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