Mortgage Dave is a Lynn Valley mortgage broker who likes to help people put a roof over their heads as affordably as possible.
Tell us a bit about your relationship with your clients.
Working closely with my clients doesn’t feel like work to me. Spending time with them discussing their current and future needs forms a strong relationship and many of my clients have become good friends. My system ensures that the mortgage process is fast, efficient, secure and easy for them so they can focus on their other priorities.
Can you give us a tip from the biz?
For business-for-self individuals make sure you are claiming enough income to cover your current and future debts. Speak to a mortgage broker before you file.
What are some of your business achievements?
- Hundreds of happy customers whom I have helped with the financing of their homes
- Five-star (5.0) Google customer satisfaction rating
- An array of awards for sales excellence and personalized customer service.
Do you have time for hobbies, too?
I love to cook and I am an avid fisherman and gardener.
How about community involvement?
Being born and raised in Lynn Valley, I love engaging with the community to help keep it great. I have served as co-chair of Lynn Valley Days and I am proud to have helped grow that event into the amazing gala and fair it has become. I am an active Lynn Valley Lion and past Vice President of the Lynn Valley Community Association. I am the founder of a Lynn Valley Christmas Tree Parade where we put 75 Christmas trees in the Village Square each December—it has been great to see the community getting so engaged in embracing a new tradition like the trees.
Phew! You’re busy. What are your plans for the future?
My future plans are to continue to support my community and help my clients realize their home dreams.
What has the business taught you?
Happy customers turn work into pleasure.
Tell us something we don’t know about you.
I was born and raised in Lynn Valley.
Leave us with your favourite quote.
“We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust our sails.”