Are you in the process of buying a house, refinancing or need extra funds from your property? If so, you may be considering working with a mortgage broker like us to help you find the right mortgage for your needs. But what exactly do we do as a mortgage broker, and how do you know that you are working with the best?
A mortgage broker is essentially a middleman between you and potential lenders. We work with a variety of lenders to find you great mortgage rates and terms, based on your unique financial situation and needs. We aren’t just tied down to one bank, so we can search the market to find you a great deal.
So, what sets us as mortgage brokers apart from the rest?
- We listen to your needs: The best mortgage brokers take the time to understand your financial situation, goals, and preferences. We don’t just try to sell you the first mortgage that comes along – we will work with you to find a great fit for your needs. We see you as a person and as such we want to help you holistically, ensuring we set you up for success not just for now but for the future as well.
- We have a wide network of lenders: The best mortgage brokers have a variety of lenders to choose from. The more lenders a mortgage broker works with, generally the better your chances of finding a mortgage that fits your needs. We negotiate with over 65+ Lenders and have relationships with a wide range of lenders, including big banks, non-banks, online lenders, fintech’s, credit unions and more.
- We have your best interest at heart, as mortgage brokers we are bound by the Best Interest Duty which means we must act in your best interest. As such, we find you the right loan for you and take into account the rate, fees and what your requirements and objectives are.
- The best mortgage brokers will also continue to support you even after your lending journey ends. We do exactly that. We aren’t about a transaction we are about building a relationship with our clients and supporting you through every stage of your lending journey, not just your first purchase.