Purchasing a new home is exciting, but shopping for a mortgage is absolutely not a fun part. It is a hassle negotiating with different banks, going through multiple credit checks, and often the process may takes up to a few months. However, having a mortgage broker saves the legwork! I am glad this time we had Norris from the Elite who guided as through.

Norris is very professional, other than giving him our personal information and supporting document, we are well taken care of. He was able to give us several options in one day or two, and he is very responsive to calls and messages, which I don’t think retail banks can provide such degree of “client-oriented” service.

We appreciated so much that we are able to get good rate and terms in such a short period of time. If you are in the midst of getting a mortgage, I suggest you to sit back, and let Elite do the work!

Marcia Tsang


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