Brokers earn top honours

Nine of White House Mortgages’ own took home awards in past year

Deb White

An Okanagan Valley mortgage firm has been recognized with top honours in the industry for 2016.

White House Mortgages, Dominion Lending Centres had nine brokers receive recognition awards in the industry last year.

Sue and Pete Solymosi (Vernon) and David Iverson (Kelowna) received a Sales Achievement Award, which ranks them in the top third of all DLC brokers across Canada. Brad Perepolkin, Brian Langner (Vernon) and Judy Ivers (Osoyoos) received Executive Awards, putting them in the top 20 per cent. Daryl Eyjolfson (Vernon), Tracey Robinson (Penticton) and Chris Murphy (Kelowna) received Platinum Awards, which has them in the top 10 per cent, while Deb White (Vernon) received the Masters Award, which means she is in the top two per cent. White is also in DLC’s Hall of fame.

“We are all so excited to have received these awards,” said White, owner of White House Mortgages.

“Dominion Lending Centres has close to 2,500 brokers across Canada. It is great to see that we can represent the Okanagan Valley so well with our brokers. This is truly a spectacular achievement and I am so proud of each and every one of our brokers.”

White House Mortgages opened in 2005 and has grown to 25 brokers in five locations throughout the Okanagan Valley, including Salmon Arm, Kelowna, Penticton, Osoyoos and Vernon, where the head office is located.

“The team at White House Mortgages really represents the best of the industry,” said DLC president Gary Mauris.

“They should be proud of all their hard work and accomplishments in 2016. We’re looking forward to seeing another great year in 2017.”

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