A mortgage adviser is an expert in the mortgage market who helps you find a suitable mortgage for your circumstances and financial goals. They receive a percentage of either the mortgage loan amount or a fixed fee. They are qualified to advise you on lenders, rates, repayment, and refinancing options.
 
 Brokers are different than solicitors. A solicitor provides legal help in the mortgaging process. They're also called a conveyancer. They are the ones responsible for getting legal documents prepared and signed and for all the back-and-forth between a borrower and lender. All standard legal aspects of property mortgaging are handled by the solicitor, not the broker.

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