Vancouver Mortgage Broker


Mortgage Financing Made Simple

As a Vancouver Mortgage Broker with over 17 years of experience in financial services and expertise in mortgage lending, plus access to more than 40 lenders – I can help you find the best fit for your particular situation.
As your mortgage broker, you are well on your way to becoming well informed and fully prepared for your upcoming purchase, switch or refinance. With over 40 reputable mortgage lenders across Canada, (like TD, Scotia, Vancity, and First National), and many others, of which are only accessible through registered mortgage brokers; never before has there been such a wide variety of financing products to choose from. There are no fees for qualified buyers!
You may apply now by going to our 2 minute on-line application or email us


Why use a Vancouver Mortgage Broker


If you're buying a home in Vancouver then it will not be far stretched to say that you will need a mortgage. Question is did you know that there is a difference between mortgage brokers and the bank loan officer/mortgage specialist? 
A mortgage broker works for you, not the bank. Mortgage brokers evaluate and analyzes each client’s credit situation differently so that they are able to determine which lenders are the best fit for them. The mortgage broker submits the application to one or more lenders, drawing interest in your deal to make sure you get the best mortgage rate. Then works with the chosen lender until the mortgage funds. Afterwards he continues to be in contact with his clients well past funding to keep them informed, and to make sure the client is always in the correct mortgage product as situations change.  
When dealing with a bank no matter what employee you work with all, employees of the bank work to sell and process mortgages and other loans originated by their employer. They often have more than one type of loan to choose from, but all loans originate from one lender; the bank. The loan officer within the bank will take your application and see if the bank has a home loan that suits your needs. If your personal credit is approved then the bank will move forward. If your credit is denied then the process ends and they no longer try to find you other options. A mortgage broker will try other avenues and lenders if the first lender tells them no or gives them an unfavourable response.

When choosing a mortgage broker over a bank remember that mortgage brokers can typically get their clients a lower interest rate than a bank can because of the freedom they have to shop around for their clients. They can even get you up to 1.5% difference in your interest rate, but even a small difference in an interest rate on your mortgage can make a big difference in the long run.

Just like shopping around for any other major purchase, a mortgage is no different. A home buyer needs to shop around for the best rate. Shopping around can be time consuming and frustrating. So why not find a mortgage broker you can trust and count on, to do the shopping for you. In the long run, you will probably pay less for everything; including peace of mind. So when the time comes for you to take on a mortgage make sure you hire a mortgage broker to find you the loan that best fits your needs.


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