Just Mortgages recruits brokers for latest academy

Just Mortgages has announced it is making further recruitments into its academy for brokers.

Following the mortgage adviser’s first academy of 2021, which had 750 applicants for just eight places, the next crop of brokers are set to begin training on 19 April.

The April academy is the second of three that will take place in 2021 and will support Just Mortgages in bringing “new blood” into the mortgage industry.

The mortgage adviser has indicated it aims to double in size over the next three to four years, to reach 1,000 brokers by 2023/24. The self-employed division has seen particularly rapid growth since it was set up in October 2017, and now has 345 self-employed brokers.

“There has never been a better time to be a broker,” commented Just Mortgages head of training, Rodney Sloan.

“While the economy has struggled, the housing market has continued to be incredibly robust. The gigantic heap of applications we have already seen shows how much interest there is currently, and the only shame is we can’t accept more applicants.

“Those who have been lucky enough to be accepted onto our course will receive the best training possible. Despite the virtual circumstances our system allows those in the academy to learn whenever and wherever they are, and they will still receive all the support they need to become expert brokers.

“It is a source of massive pride that we support new blood coming into the mortgage industry through our academy. This is something we will continue to do and this will support our aim to double in size in the next few years.”

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