Choosing a career in such economically uncertain times is always going to be tricky. For those looking for a new vocation, there will be plenty of opportunities available, but knowing which will have a future and which will continue to be financially rewarding for many years is not always obvious as we move from a period of economic difficulty into (hopefully) a much brighter one.
For those who have an interest in the world of finance, mortgage advisor training may well be a very rewarding option, and it may well be that now is one of the best times in recent years to move into such an industry. With the government trying to make it easier for individuals to get onto the property ladder and with many areas of Britain now being cheaper for those buying than for those renting, the housing market is likely to get a significant boost, and more people than ever are going to be looking at getting their first mortgage, or moving their mortgage to a more favourable one for them as the financial markets begin to change.
As such, not only will more jobs be opening up in this sector, but it is also likely that the housing market will be having a sustained period of revival going forwards.
However, to get the right jobs in the right companies, or even to be able to promote faith amongst prospective clients if you try to go it alone, you will need to make sure you have the right training. Firstly, you will need to know the best qualification to get and, secondly, which company to train with.
The first is easy to quantify as around 80% of all those trained as mortgage advisors will have had CeMap training. Therefore, the hard part will be choosing which company to get that training from.
However, searching online will not only help you to easily see which companies are very reputable and have high success rates with those undertaking such training, but you will also be able to see which ones offer the most suitable way to train for you, whether that be online or in person.