After 25 plus years dealing in finance….real estate …high ens art sales ….Steven brings a wealth of people experience to the table ….Very well versed in private lender…Residential and commercial mortgages placed throughout Ontario…Steven should be your choice for all your mortgage needs….When not helping clients you can find Steven at a local music or art venue supporting local talent is my passion!!
I’ve been in many roles as a huge community supporter…
Board of director for the Owen Sound and district Chamber of commerce….Chair person for Big Brothers ….Financial director for Northern lights festival….Board of director for the Bruce trail club ….I always find time to help where I can …I welcome your call to help you find a mortgage that’s right for you !!! Call Steven today …905 818 8947
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Ken Lindsay, Broker/ Owner, created Mortgage Financial Corp. in 1991. Throughout these years of experience, Ken has created a team of highly skilled mortgage agents and provides them with the necessary tools for successfully placing mortgages. Mortgage Financial Corp. has evolved into being truly one of southern Ontario’s largest “Full Service” mortgage brokerage. By being both a “broker” as well as a “lender” has given Ken and the Mortgage Financial team a very distinct advantage in the marketplace. The dual role of brokering and lending allows the customer service level to be exceptional. The borrowers, investors and referral sources have a service level that is second to none.
After spending nearly 10 years as a multi-unit franchisee with a major franchise brand in Southwestern Ontario, Ryan Kish joined Mortgage Financial and became a Mortgage Agent in 2013. His experience in running a small business made this transition a natural one. With a penchant for problem-solving, Ryan excels in offering custom tailored solutions for all types of borrowers with fast turnaround times. He is able to deliver a variety of mortgage options for the client to choose from, ultimately understanding that the structure of the mortgage comes from the need of the borrower.