Geoff Lee of Abbotsford has been named one of the top 50 mortgage brokers in Canada. (Photo by Jason Brown)

Abbotsford mortgage broker named among top 50 in Canada

Geoff Lee also involved with foundation supporting orphans in Kenya

Abbotsford mortgage broker Geoff Lee of Dominion Lending Centres’ GLM Mortgage Group has been named one of the top 50 mortgage brokers in Canada.

Lee was also named a finalist in Canada’s Mortgage Professionals Awards for Best Customer Service from an Independent Office.

Lee was listed number 46 out of 18,000 mortgage brokers Canada wide.

The Canadian Mortgage Professionals magazine releases its annual list of brokers each year, and recognizes leading mortgage brokers who have proven themselves to be tireless workers, innovative leaders and the best in the business when it comes to navigating the mortgage landscape.

This is the fifth year that Lee has made the Top 75 Brokers in Canada list and GLM’s sixth year as a finalist for the Canadian Mortgage Professionals Best Customer Service Award, which they won in 2016.

Lee and his team have received a number of awards this past year, including being inducted into the Dominion Lending Centres’ Elite Hall of Fame and receiving Dominion Lending Centres’ DEMS Gold Award for 2018.

Lee is also Dominion’s top revenue- and top volume-producing mortgage broker for several months running.

Also last year, Lee and GLM Mortgage Group continued their support in Kenya of the Imani Orphan Care Foundation, which Lee and his wife, Kim, founded.

The foundation was able to build an outreach centre, complete a water project at the Imani Home of Love, purchase a bus to assist with travel for the Imani children, and support a missionary team that left on March 9 of this year and will go again in July.

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Geoff Lee is shown here in Kenya through his work with the Imani Orphan Care Foundation.

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