Employer Recruitment Session: Mortgage Outlet
Mortgage Outlet is recruiting new and experienced part-time and full-time mortgage agents. With our flexible hiring policies, you can join now (full-time or part-time), or when the semester is complete.
What are YOU looking for?
Are you entrepreneurial? Do you like business math? OK, if you hate business math, do you like sales and marketing? Do you like making great money while helping people? Do you want to boost your experience and knowledge in banking? Do you have summer or full-time employment lined up? Do you want to LEARN AND EARN while you are currently studying?
We have a great opportunity for you
This is a commission-based role, so your potential earnings are unlimited.
You can dive in and become a full-time agent, or you can focus on other paths and earn great money via referrals and part-time income. PLUS, you can do your OWN mortgage and save thousands in interest.
Come meet York and Schulich BBA / MBA Alumni David Steinfeld and Elan Weintraub, along with Principal Broker Shawn Stillman, to hear about their experiences for this amazing and financially rewarding industry.
Who we are:
Mortgage Outlet is one of the Top 75 Mortgage Brokerages in Canada. We just won industry awards at both the Mortgage Awards of Excellence and also at the Canadian Mortgage Awards.
Because we are a top broker, we have access to great rates and compensation. It also means we have access to lenders that others may not – and this is becoming a critical competitive advantage, given all the new mortgage regulations, stress tests and varying lender policies.
We are registered with the Better Business Bureau and have a great reputation online via Google and Facebook reviews, which further helps prospective clients understand our commitment and dedication.
We have a program suitable for new and part-time agents, including access to brokers/underwriters and training in the evening.
Recruiting for: part-time and full-time mortgage agents
Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).