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Robert Borden

Mortgage Broker

robertb@mortgagebrokersottawa.com
613-894-3691

Robert has worked in the banking industry for the last 28 years, and has gained invaluable experience in the mortgage lending field throughout that period. At his place of employment he was promoted continually until he reached the level of Branch Manager several years ago, and has been a Branch Manager, until deciding, in August 2014, to leave the banking industry and become an independent mortgage agent. During his career, Robert has learned all aspects of the mortgage lending business, and is well versed in the system of mortgage lending. He has all necessary designations, CSC (Canadian Securities Course), PFP (Professional Financial Planner), & the Mortgage Agent Certification to...

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