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Referring clients to us can support your core revenue streams. For example, if you’re a mortgage broker it can help your clients to release money which can be used to fund residential mortgage deposits. Or if you’re a financial adviser, it can be a great way to help your clients access money from their total wealth. That’s why our referral service is loved by the 8,000 professionals we work with. You can also find some help on how to identify opportunities on our marketing hub.
In return for your referral, you’ll earn a highly competitive referral fee, and we make sure we pay it promptly when your client’s case completes. You can track any application in real-time with our case tracking portal.
How does the referral payment work?
Your referral payment is calculated as a simple percentage and is based on the amount of money your clients are releasing from their property.
Here is a helpful calculator to work out how much you could earn simply by sending us your clients’ names, ages and contact details.