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    Hi Guys and Girls,

    Quick question.....

    I have recently completed my CMap qualifications with a view to getting into the industry..I was wondering if anyone could advise me on the best possible course of action...

    1) Should I apply for a mortgage advisor position (w/o experience) with an established firm, and if so which firms would you recommend? I am based in London

    2) Should I have a ring round and try and find an Independant Mortgage/Financial advisor who runs his/her own brokerage and work for them to get 6 months/a year experience?

    Or should I forget it completely? I am only thinking of entering the industry as it seems more lucrative than anything I could get using my other qualification - BSC Information Systems..(IT basically)

    P.S I also own 1 property which I let out and am hoping arranging my own finance through my job would save me some costs and help me build a protfolio..

    Thanks for taking the time to read this..


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