Sharnjit S. Gill receives an award for his work as a mortgage broker.

Local mortgage broker honoured

Not enough to just provide mortgages any more, Surrey recipient says.

TD Canada Trust has honoured Sharnjit S Gill, AMP a Surrey based Mortgage Broker and his team for an outstanding performance in the year 2010.

The achievement has become more important due to difficult times in the financial industry.

Recently Gill has also been awarded and ranked 24th in Canada in CMP Top 50 Brokers in Canada .

Gill came to Canada in 1995 and then joined Bank of Montreal as financial services manager and served at the financial institution until January, 2001. He and his son Raj Gill were awarded the Top Mortgage Brokers in 2003 by Envision Credit Union.

These days it’s not enough just to provide the mortgage, they say, but expert guidance and education are very important to save money.

 

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