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Six of nations top brokers from Surrey

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Seven of the top 50 brokers in the country can be found right here in this city.

The Canadian Mortgage Professionals (CMP) Top 50 Mortgage Brokers Awards has just been announced, and a few of them are from Surrey.

The winners were selected by the volume and number of their transactions.

"While volume is by no means the only mark of success in the mortgage brokering industry, it’s a measurement that shows someone’s ability to bring in business – a key trait to a thriving mortgage professional," says Mortgage Broker News, which released the numbers. "A high volume and a large number of deals can indicate that you are doing something right to stand out from the crowd, be it launching a clever marketing campaign, tapping into new referral sources, building a list of “niche” clients or simply providing top-notch customer service. It also, in many cases, speaks to a mortgage professional’s hard work over his or her years in the industry.

Placing 12th in the country is Bill Macklem, with Dominion Macklem Mortgages, who handed just over $91 million in volume last year in 300 deals.

Coming in at 22nd was Cindy Faulkner, with Verico Coastal Mortgages. She funded $65 million in mortgages, over 187 deals.

Coming in at 24th, Sharnjit Gill, of Verico Superior Mortgage, funded $63.8 million in 193 deals.

At 30th spot is Luisah Hough, with Exclusive Mortgage Professionals. She funded $59 million in 140 deals.

Delta's Lisa Manwaring came in 33rd, with Mortgage Alliance Meridian Southwest Mortgage, she funded $55 million in 185 deals.

Aman Khatkar, with Verico, was placed at 44, with $42.6 million in 130 deals.

And placing 48th, Tonia Jacobsen of Dominion Lending Centres Coastal Mortgages funded $41.8 million in 144 deals.

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