Queensland Financial Services Pty Ltd
Is it a sign of modesty that Terry Hill
refers to himself as "just a normal person with no special attributes or traits"?
Or does he
really believe that he's
just your average Joe?
may not be the life of a party or the classic class clown.
He may not be a great cook, a shower singer or a show-stopping fire-eater.
However, despite a lack of special traits, this broker is certainly not, as he
believes, 'run of the mill'.
There's certainly nothing ordinary about snatching up the number one spot in this year's MPA Top 100.
Banker turned broker, Hill raked in close to $86,000,000 in residential home loan settlements over a 12-month period - that's a rough average of $7,166,666 a month.
attributes this success to his
point of difference - that he
always treats his
clients with respect and in a manner that he
would like to be treated.
"I also ensure communication is maintained between the client and myself," says Hill
"My clients are an inspiration - I'm grateful for the opportunity to assist clients and to meet their requirements in the easiest and most beneficial way possible."
After spending nearly 25 years in banking, Hill
became unsatisfied and "disillusioned" with the lack of personal service that was being offered.
decided to find something else.
And find it he
Housing is the main focus of Hill's broking adventures, both owner-occupied as well as investments, and he
also dabbles in business and commercial lending.
business is growing, but Hill looks forward to a time when his
business is 'sound'.
Enjoying the benefits of a 'sound' business will mean that Hill
may be able to enjoy and finally understand the true definition of spare time.
a simple guy.
favourite drink is diet ginger beer - "yep, boring I know".
enjoys watching football and going fishing, and his
favourite band is The Eagles - "oh no, now I'm showing my age!"
Despite staying away from writing loans when on holidays, Hill wants to travel all around Australia when he
retires and then see how much money he's
got left to spend on the sensible things.
Until that point, he'll continue challenging himself, improving on his
time management skills and building his
In the short term, he's
most excited about moving to his
In fact, he
humbly names this move as his
highlight of the 2004/05 financial year.
So will Hill
continue to reinvigorate himself and provide service to people as successfully this financial year as he
has in the last?