Almost 25 per cent of the country's top mortgage brokers work for Aussie as revealed in MPA Magazine's prestigious Top 100 Brokers List for 2010.
Out of the top 100 brokers who made the cut, 24 of the spots went to Aussie brokers – more than any other mortgage broking outfit in the country.
Aussie founder and executive chairman Mr John Symond said he was thrilled at the results- which built on the success of last year where Aussie had 13 in the list.
"This brilliant result is a testament to the diligence, hard work and high level of customer service Aussie brokers offer the Australian public," he said.
"It's wonderful to think that one quarter of the country's finest brokers work with Aussie. This cements our position as the market leader in the broking industry and we aim to keep improving on our results year after year."
Mr Symond said the result also underpinned Aussie's long history of providing excellent training to its broking force.
"As a company we are expanding, and are always looking for good candidates in franchise and mobile channels, who are interested in joining the Aussie family."
The Aussie brokers in the list include: Alistair Baker (15); Sean Beavis (16); Glenn English (24); Jon Somers (40); Anthony Ciavarella (43); William Mangafas (45); David Pringle (48) ; Aaron Grofski (51); Mike Buchecker (53); Ian Griffiths (56); Serge Scekic (60); Trevor Ryan (62); Michael Kemp (67); Duane Brown (72); Lee Seabrook (73); Alex Ralec (80); Robert Hodson (81); Ray Zahra (84); Anu Dua (85); Abel Cabrera (87); Jamie Demas (90); Clair George (92); Stephen Sillett (97), and Karen Moseley (99).
An Aussie broker will offer guidance, assess eligibility, lodge the application and then support the first home buyer borrower through the home loan process. Aussie brokers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in all capital cities and regional centres at the request of customers who call Aussie on 13 13 33.
Aussie has been awarded Australian Banking and Finance Magazine's Mortgage Broker of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and has a loan book of over $37 billion. There are now 150 retail shopfronts and more than 750 brokers across the country ready to help customers get a better deal on their finances.