Homeguard Funding Ltd. president Wayne Sudsbury recently attended Home Trusts first Broker Advisory Session. Wayne sits on the Advisory Board and says that subsequent meetings will occur. “The day was informative, productive and educational for both parties” !
After a successful and well-attended AGM on Friday, May 24th, the CMBA appointed new President, Wes Sudsbury and Vice President, Roberto Blanco! Congratulations to Wes and Roberto.
Homeguard Funding Ltd was honored and humbled to receive the BEST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR award this past March. We were in the running with 17 other mortgage firms at The Mortgage Centre Awards Ceremony. We want to thank our incredible staff, agents and brokers. The Homeguard team Is what made us a success in the past, and will continue to make us a success in the future!
If you disagree with your CRA assessment of your tax return make sure to file a notice of objection.
Thank you to Alex Bruce from First National for your ongoing support to our agents and our clients. We value relationships with our clients, lender and referral partners and are looking forward to another healthy spring market in 2019!
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website!
New Website Coming Soon!
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