Pinsky Mortgages Reaches Top 75 in Canada!

Category: First Time Buyer, Real Estate Agent,

Success Kid Says Yes to Pinsky Mortgages

We are thrilled to have placed 43rd out of Canada’s top 75 mortgage brokers in 2017.

This is the second year in a row we ranked in the top 75 brokers across the country and one of the best mortgage brokers in Vancouver BC!

We feel very lucky to serve our clients and our realtors partners. A huge THANK YOU to everyone we get to work with!

Warmest Regards,
The Pinsky Mortgages Team
Eitan Pinsky, Paisley Boone, Adam Clarke, and Parmdeep Kaur

More on the Award

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Our annual ranking is based on residential lending in the Canadian Mortgage Professional (CMP) Top 75 Broker List.

The CMP Top 75 Broker List recognizes brokers from all over Canada. To qualify for the list, we had to write and initiate all of our own mortgage files.

In order to get ranked in the list, we had to work very hard. However, the year was not without its difficulties. There were four changes that specifically affected our business:

  1. The new qualifying rate for all insured mortgages – this came into place January 1, 2017.
  2. The new qualifying rate for all uninsured mortgages that came into place on January 1, 2018.
  3. The increase in home prices that have affected affordability for purchasers.
  4. The steady increase in interest rates from the all-time low at the end of 2016.

Despite theses challenges, we worked very hard and were successful. Happy 2018!!

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