FAQs about a career with Multi-Prêts
What are the prerequisites to become a mortgage broker?
You must successfully complete specialized training in mortgage brokerage. This training must be recognized by the AMF.
Will Multi-Prêts provide me a list of potential clients?
No, Multi-Prêts does not solicit clients for you. Your main role is to develop your clientele. However, we have all the tools at your disposal to succeed.
I am a mortgage broker and I would like to realign my career towards the mortgage industry. Is this possible?
Certainly. Several mortgage broker have joined the Multi-Prêts team in recent years. To apply, CLICK HERE.
How does the compensation program work? Is there a base salary?
No, our brokers are self-employed and are 100% commission-based.
Where can I register to become a mortgage broker and get my license?
Many institutions offer the program in classrooms or in virtual classes. For the college nearest you, please click on the following link: https://lautorite.qc.ca/en/becoming-a-professional/mortgage-brokerage/compulsory-professional-development/recognized-training-bodies
Does Multi-Prêts sponsor students who want to complete their mortgage broker agent training program?
Multi-Prêts sponsors students, but they have to go through our selection process.
Is there a future in the mortgage brokerage field?
At this time, only 1 out of 4 people deal with a broker. Business opportunities are definitely on the rise!
What is the role of a mortgage broker?
Mortgage brokers advise their clients and negotiate their mortgages with different financial institutions.
I am employed full time for a company and I would like to begin my career as a mortgage broker with Multi-Prêts part-time because I cannot afford to drop everything. Is this possible?
Yes, but the success rate of new brokers employed full-time is very low. To be successful, you must dedicate yourself fully to building your business.
You want to know more?
Sign up for our webinar and chat to our sales managers.