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Mortgage Adviser Interview Questions and Helpful Tips
« on: February 28, 2014, 08:06:00 AM »
  

If you have got an interview for a Mortgage Adviser coming up then you need to prepare well and do your research thoroughly. As a Mortgage adviser you will be advising customers on the best mortgages for them and advise them on what amount of mortgage they will be able to get for their income and what the repayment terms are and for how long etc. You will need to learn very detailed information and keep up to date as mortgages change frequently and if you are hoping to work for an independent company you could be working with many different mortgage providers.

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Your interviewer will be looking for you to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and be able to learn good product knowledge quickly. Maybe you have had some previous experience in a financial setting that you can use to your advantage.

Carefully go through your CV and the job description and match the skills that they are looking for with what skills you have already learnt and what you could do with improving upon.

Mortgage Adviser Interview Questions

Your interview could consist of questions such as:
  • What does the term “Mortgage” mean to you?
  • Do you have a mortgage and what type is it?
  • Do you know how to calculate a person’s income with how much they can get as a mortgage value?
  • How do you work?
  • What do you make of the current housing and mortgage market?
  • List 3 different types of mortgage rate
If you are working for a bank or an independent place will depend on the exact detail of your interview questions as these will be tailored specifically to that industry and will see how much you know and how you will fit in with the other people in the team.
It would be important to see if there is any qualifications that you could do to further your career in the financial world and if this would benefit the role that you are going for.

Good luck.


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