Brokers working within Just Mortgages self-employed arm will now have access to a high number of new build leads thanks to a new initiative run by the group’s new build division.
The division is now giving self-employed advisers the opportunity to work on allocated developments to provide mortgage advice to potential buyers.
Those self-employed brokers who sign up for the new build mortgage advice scheme will cover the developments for up to nine months and earn 60% commission.
Paul Wilson, head of new build at Just Mortgages, said: “We are currently working with a large number of developers across the UK, some that will build 500 units this year, so we are looking for our self-employed brokers to assist in supporting the sites, to ensure potential buyers have all the help and support they need.
“This offers the potential for hundreds of new leads, so a fantastic opportunity for any self-employed brokers looking to boost their businesses.”
All self-employed brokers who want to advise on these new build sites will be offered new build training and Help to Buy training.
Carl Parker, head of the Just Mortgages self-employed division, added: “We obviously want to encourage as many of our 190 self-employed brokers to sign up as we can, as this offers a great opportunity for them.
“We are also keen to speak to any brokers, particularly those already self-employed, that want more support than they are currently getting.
“Not only can we help them with new home leads – which is just one of a number of initiatives we have on lead generation – but we can also provide one-on-one support from our very experienced sales directors. There are fantastic opportunities to gain new customers who could easily become clients for life.”