Mortgage Associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 31 January 2018
Mortgage Alliance has professional Manager that help to navigate you and teach you the process of originating mortgage. Mortgage Alliance has friendly environment of working. The senior Mortgage associate are always ready to walk you through complicated loan proce
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 January 2018
Worked at head office, it was extremely verbally abusive & unprofessional. Agents don't realize how much money they take from them. Management is rude and miserable. I have never worked in a place where management is always swearing. Management will put you on the spot and embarrass you in front of everyone. There are confidential documents just laying on desks.
Verbal abuse, unprofessional, horrible compensation and benefits
Mortgage Agent (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 August 2017
one of the best softwaire to work with in the industrie. lots of online training tools avialable for ongoing training easy to wrk with , lot of current information avialable through the mobile application
Being a Broker is knowing how to work independent . Knowing which lenders you can work with and make the dream come true for your client. Time management getting it right to ensure you stay in compliance.
Productive, knowlegeble, and good social experience
Mortgage Agent (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 11 April 2017
I enjoyed working with Mortgage Alliance, It was extremely knowledgeable experience. Mortgage Alliance is a very team driving company. Everyone is treated as family. The most enjoyable part of this job is getting to be your own boss, and that is also the hardest part.Staying focused is the most important part of your day along with routine.
Mortgage Alliance is a very team driving company. Everyone is treated as family. The most enjoyable part of this job is getting to be your own boss, and that is also the hardest part. Being a broker I have learned to be independent and driven to get my business. Staying focused is the most important part of your day along with routine.
Mortgage Broker (Current Employee) – toronto, on – 9 September 2015
Flexibility to work at your own pace. Being commisson based, i have learned the value of hard work and excellent customer service skills. Must be able to handle pressure well and have above average organizational and time management skills.
Agent (Current Employee) – Toronto – 4 August 2015
Like all mortgage brokerages, they talk a big game to get you in. Pending the team or franchise you join, you 'may' get support. The BOSS system they brag about is just okay, nothing special and not user friendly. They charge you for everything, monthly use for their system, charge more for credit bureaus than most brokerages, etc. There is no way to not pay for their system, it is mandatory even if you do not use it or need it.
Mortgage Agent (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 9 June 2015
You get what you put into it it. Good splits. Their internal system is horrible (Boss). It looks like one guy made it and slowly updates it, a little bit like the rest of their technology. They should just hire a tech company to do it.
They do have access to a couple special lenders.
They are also constantly trying to sell you pens, folders and other various upgrades to their services.