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Gary Brown

Gary Brown

Biographical Info

I am a highly motivated individual who strives to be the best that he can be.

I am very enthusiastic about helping people achieve a future that is bigger than their past. My efforts are primarily financial in nature.

As a mortgage agent with Mortgage InGenuity Inc., I have access to a large number of financial institutions. This provides clients with choice and ultimately with the flexibility that supports their financial needs, both now and in the future.

Life is about making choices and I enjoy helping people make choices that will have a positive impact on their future.

Years of experience
40 years

Specialty (Skill)

Other skills, certificates, diploma here.

Business management, problem solving, question asking, marketing, investing
BESc University of Western Ontario
Professional Engineer status (P.Eng)
Master of Business Administration Wilfrid Laurier University
St Francis Xavier Adult Education Certificate

Achievements, values and focus

Integrity and work ethic are two values that I’ve had since childhood. These both complement my interest in teamwork.

I’ve had numerous successes during my working life. This includes a rewarding corporate career and a successful experience as an entrepreneur.

I’ve also had the opportunity to live and work outside Canada. This has provided me with a greater understanding of both our differences and our similarities.

My focus is to utilize my interest in life-long learning to make a difference with those people who I can help. ​

What Services Gary Brown Offers?

I encourage unconventional thinking so that people can achieve exceptional results.

I do this by guiding them through mortgage conversations related to achieving their dreams of home ownership.

I draw from a wide array of mortgage lenders to offer the mortgage solution that works for you.

Gary Brown’s Ideal Clients.

1st Time Home Buyers

Self-employed individuals

Credit stressed people

Accessing home equity through refinancing

Profession Mortgage Agent



Gary Brown

From Daunting to Do-able

Being in business for yourself is both daunting and exhilarating.  It is daunting, in large measure, because you are in a learning stage where you don’t know what you don’t know.  Your self-talk is often “I’ve never done this before and I’m unsure how to proceed”.   The exhilaration comes from overcoming the challenges that […]

Gary Brown

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe. Where for Mortgage do I go?

I’m biased but I also happen to like choices.  As a consequence, I feel that the following article is pertinent for those contemplating their next mortgage. Mortgage brokers vs. banks: the pros and cons, By Tracy Hanes ~ Special to the Star I will also add that there is an often overlooked financial risk when […]

Gary Brown

How to Reduce Mortgage Interest Cost

ManuLife offers a mortgage product within their ManuLife One product that is worth considering.  Here is a perspective offered by Rob Carrick of the Globe and Mail This might be the most useful savings account in Canada   Your first reaction might be one of “the interest rate being charged is too high”, but don’t […]

Gary Brown

Is The Debt Clock Ticking?

To overcome concerns related to personal debt, set some goals that will help you attain a better financial footing.

Gary Brown

Buyer Beware of Banks

The banks are necessary for our economy but the service provided to day-to-day clients doesn’t make us proud.

Gary Brown

Buyer Beware of Banks

The banks are necessary for our economy but the service provided to day-to-day clients doesn’t make us proud.

Gary Brown

The Times Are A Changin’

Are we returning to a world in which the monthly cost of a mortgage shouldn’t exceed one week’s pay?

Gary Brown

The Banks We Love to Hate

An article written by Rob Carrick (Globe & Mail personal finance columnist) in today’s paper, paints an interesting picture of both consumer behaviour and customer service. On one hand, many Canadians are willing to allow funds to slosh around in bank accounts that yield minuscule returns. Shame on us for either not being aware or […]