Mortgage broker mentor – how to become a mortgage broker
The demand for qualified and ethical mortgage and financial professionals is growing, as more and more consumers turn to brokers as a trusted source for housing and/or business finance.
ASIC has determined that a professional mortgage broker is required to have a minimum Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking FNS40804 or FNS40810.
There are many steps to become a mortgage broker and they can be very confusing. If you are new to the industry and have no lending experience, then you will also need a mentor for 2 years.
For clear steps and a mentor, look at our website www.melbournemortgagebrokermentor.com.au