Download My Mortgage Toolbox!

If you are in the market to buy a new home, refinance your existing mortgage to pull out some cash or review your existing mortgage to ensure it’s the best mortgage for you, do not fear.  With over 20 years of mortgage experience (both as a bank lender and as a mortgage broker), I have mastered all of the tools to help you figure it out and secure your new home and or mortgage.  Twenty years is a long time indeed...But it’s not just the time I have been in this business.  It’s about my relationships in the banking industry and the countless families I helped close on their homes. 

The “so called tricks of the trade?”  I own them! 

Whatever your situation, come speak with me...I have a mortgage for that!

The programs are in place to help you finance your next home.  I will cross that bridge with you, hand in hand, every step of the way.  There is a reason I earned the title of “Mortgage Angel.”  You won’t regret having me prove to you why!!!

Our calculators will allow you to explore your Mortgage options.

I'm Interested!

How much is your home worth?

Current Rates

Current variable mortgage rate is


Current prime rate is


    • Terms
    • Bank Rates
    • Payment Per $100k
    • Our Rates
    • Payment Per $100k
    • Savings
    • 6 Months
    • 6.59%
    • $675.29
    • 7.49%
    • $730.93
    • $-55.64
    • 1 Year
    • 7.84%
    • $753.03
    • 6.59%
    • $675.29
    • $77.74
    • 2 Years
    • 7.34%
    • $721.53
    • 6.17%
    • $649.95
    • $71.59
    • 3 Years
    • 6.99%
    • $699.80
    • 5.24%
    • $595.34
    • $104.46
    • 4 Years
    • 6.79%
    • $687.50
    • 5.37%
    • $602.85
    • $84.65
    • 5 Years
    • 6.84%
    • $690.57
    • 4.89%
    • $575.36
    • $115.21
    • 7 Years
    • 7.10%
    • $706.60
    • 6.09%
    • $645.17
    • $61.43
    • 10 Years
    • 7.25%
    • $715.92
    • 6.14%
    • $648.15
    • $67.77
Some conditions may apply. Rates may vary from Province to Province. Rates subject to change without notice. Posted rates may be high ratio and/or quick close which can differ from conventional rates. *O.A.C. E.& O.E.

Apply Now

Fast. Easy. Secure

Apply Online


Latest News

3 STEPS TO TAKE YOU FROM PRE-APPROVAL TO GETTING THE KEYS Picture this: You’ve finally been able to put away enough for a down-payment on your dream home. It’s taken you five years of diligent saving, but you did it! You have also been diligently working on improving your credit score and paying off debts and are at a place of financial stability. So, first of all, KUDOS TO YOU! Second…now what do you do? Here are the three steps that will take you from browsing new homes to getting the keys to your new place. STEP 1: PRE-APPROVAL This should actually be the step BEFORE house hunting. Visiting your mortgage broker to get pre-approved is the first step anyone looking to buy a home should do. When you meet with your broker for the first time they will: • Have you fill out an application (or you might be able to fill out one online) • Pull your credit • Determine what your maximum purchase price will be. Be aware that you will also be asked for additional information when you visit your broker to apply, including a letter of employment/pay stub, down payment verification, two years notice of assessment and/or T4’s, a void cheque, and a number of other potential documents. Once you are pre-approved it’s house hunting time for you! The benefit of having this done BEFORE you start looking is that you can work with your realtor to find properties within that price range. When you do find just the right home for you, it’s on to step two. STEP 2: APPROVAL If you were able to provide the bulk of the paperwork for your pre-approval, then it will be smooth sailing from here. You may have to supply a few pieces of updated information but otherwise, it’s up to the lender to do the hard work at this point. Your application will be re-assessed, and the lender will take a look at the property you are purchasing. Once they confirm that it aligns with the guidelines they have laid out for your loan, then it is sent off to the mortgage default insurer for approval. At this point, make sure that you do not remove the financing condition until all the lender conditions are met. Now that you have final sign-off and are waiting for the final conditions to be met, it’s on to step three. STEP 3: FINAL STEPS Your broker will notify you once the conditions have all been met, and the lender will send the paperwork over to the Lawyer’s office. The lawyer will take a few days to go through the mortgage and prepare it for your final sign off. When you go, you will be asked to present: • Void Cheque • Two forms of identification • Balance of the down payment in the form of a bank draft On the day of funding, the lender will send the funds to the lawyer who sends them to the seller’s lawyer who upon receiving the funds will give you the all clear. All that’s left is to hand you the keys to your new home! As one final step, keep asking questions at each stage of the mortgage process. You should check in with your Dominion Lending Centres mortgage broker if you have any questions along the way. They are happy to guide you through the process of not only getting a mortgage but also having a mortgage too! Geoff Lee GEOFF LEE Dominion Lending Centres – Accredited Mortgage Professional Geoff is part of DLC GLM Mortgage Group based in Vancouver, BC. More Posts – Website Follow Me: TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestGoogle Plus FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailShare VIEW ALL BLOG POSTSVIEW ALL NEWSVIEW ALL POSTS FEATURED ARTICLES Top 5 Things Millennials Should Know When Buying Real Estate May 26th, 2015 | Posted in: Chief Economist, News. April 2015 Jobless Figures, More Bad News for Canada May 8th, 2015 | Posted in: Chief Economist, News, Press Releases. Bank of Canada Remains On Hold With Hopes of Economic Rebound Apr 15th, 2015 | Posted in: Chief Economist, News

June 28, 2019

More News

Free Mortgage Review

Find out how much your home is worth.


Request a Call Back

Let us call you back when it's convenient for you!

Keep up to date with the latest mortgage news

Sign up to our newsletter