Jeff Evans joins the Mortgage Architects Broker Network

Jeff Evans

Vancouver, British Columbia
Mortgage Architects is pleased to announce the recent addition of Jeff Evans and his Canada Innovative Financial Inc. team as Mortgage Architects’ newest Western Canada franchise in Vancouver, British Columbia. Jeff cites “industry leadership,” “vision” and “solution-based support” as key reasons for joining Mortgage Architects.

“We are excited to be joining the Mortgage Architects franchise system. I believe that they understand the mortgage broker industry and its challenges better than any mortgage franchisor in Canada…”

“We are excited to be joining the Mortgage Architects franchise system. I believe that they understand the mortgage broker industry and its challenges better than any mortgage franchisor in Canada and are truly working on effective solutions to assist us in overcoming these challenges. Their foresight gives me confidence that they will continue to do so. They sum up their organization with the word “support” and I trust them to live up to that. We can’t wait to get started!”

With over 7 years of mortgage brokering experience, Jeff and his team bring well-developed credit, customer service skills and credibility as trusted financial advisors to their new role at Mortgage Architects. Jeff’s most recent affiliation was as a franchise owner with Centum Canada.

We are honoured and delighted to welcome Jeff and his team to our Mortgage Architects Professional Broker Network.

Meini Ickert
Vice-President, Western Canada
P:- 778-218-2120 / 1-888-418-2120
F: 778-218-2122 C:- 604-970-8650
E: meini.ickert@mtgarc.ca
www.joinma.ca

Author: Jeff Evans

I am a mortgage broker, hair salon owner, squash player, student, and husband, aspiring to do good for people.

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