Karen Wotherspoon is a customer focussed mortgage lending professional with over 23 years of experience in the financial services industry. She shines in helping people make their home ownership dreams come true and finds that silver lining when working through difficult client situations.
Karen takes great care in getting to know the personal story of her clients and their financing needs, and is committed to finding the right solution for them. She specializes in helping first time home buyers, new immigrants to Canada as well as clients who are self-employed and arranges mortgages for purchases, refinances, renewals & transfers as well as reverse mortgages.
One of her most rewarding experiences, albeit a personally difficult situation for her, was advising a friend with cancer that she had the right mortgage insurance coverage but was unaware that she didn’t have to make mortgage payments while she was off work fighting the disease.
Karen holds a Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree from the University of Guelph, double majoring in management and economics. She has also achieved the Accredited Mortgage Professional certification from Mortgage Professionals Canada, a national mortgage broker industry association.
I believe that my responsibility as a mortgage expert goes well beyond simply arranging your mortgage financing. My job is to ensure that you feel confident in the mortgage process and make decisions that best suit you and your tribe.
In order for you to feel confident about the mortgage process and make the best decisions for your tribe, you have to feel at ease and be able to ask questions. I stay in touch with you throughout the entire process, provide information up front, but also make myself available whenever you need me!
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