Mortgage Advisor

Posted 4 days ago by Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB)
Work from home
Salary icon £50,000 - £70,000 per annum, OTE

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Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB) are a nationally recognised mortgage broker and network, winners of over 200 awards in the past 5 years and continually growing.

One of our highly successful mortgage broker partners are seeking a fully CeMAP (or equivalent) qualified Mortgage Adviser as a result of continued growth plans.

Working from your HOME BASE, you will have access to a fantastic lead source and as such you will have to be heavily focused on working through pre-qualified leads booked into your diary from a market leading estate agency introducer!

The remuneration for role will be on a competitive self-employed basis and we anticipate that successful candidates will earn in the region of £50 - 60K + pa once established, however this is uncapped!

You must be CeMAP or equivalent qualified to advise & recommend mortgage & protection products, with at least 2 years or more experience of advising and experience of working in a telephone/online and home based role would be an advantage; an excellent telephone manner and CAS is essential!

This is an excellent opportunity for experienced and ambitious advisers to join one of the region's best known broker businesses which offers excellent earnings potential.

Required skills

  • 1
    CeMap Qualified
  • 1
    Mortgage Broker
  • 1
  • 1
    Protection Advice
  • 1
    Self Employed

Application questions

Are you CeMAP or equivalent qualified to offer mortgage & protection advice?
Do you have current mortgage & protection broker experience of 2 years or more?
Are you happy to work on a competitive self employed basis?

Reference: 52043236

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