A Mortgage Broker acts as a liaison between clients hoping to borrow money to purchase property and financial institutions who lend it. You’ll discuss available lending options with customers and help them with their mortgage applications. Mortgage Brokers usually receive commissions for the loans they help to secure.
Mortgage Brokers should have excellent communication skills and be able to work with both customers and loan companies. It’s important that you understand lending systems and are able to follow correct financial procedures. Mortgage Brokers need excellent attention to detail and should be able to complete a range of administrative tasks.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Mortgage Broker.