Invis-MI adds to salesforce

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Invis-Mortgage Intelligence has added two experienced mortgage professionals to its sales team, the company recently announced.

"Sarah Putnam and Trevor Gordon have exceptional industry experience and outstanding reputations with both brokers and lenders," Cameron Strong, CEO, Invis-Mortgage Intelligence said. "They both have a long list of accomplishments and we know they can deliver for our brokers, and greatly contribute to our going forward strategic direction.”

Putnam will work with brokers in Toronto and Mississauga by providing support and training on Invis-Mortgage Intelligence’s resources to help them build more efficient businesses. Gordon will fill the same role in the Ottawa and Atlantic regions.

Both made the switch to the broker channel from ING DIRECT, where they both contributed to the success of the organization’s broker services. Both are award winning sales professionals with deep knowledge of the mortgage brokering industry and they are both excited to embark on the next phase of their respective careers.

“I have never been more excited about taking on a new role!  Invis- Mortgage Intelligence has an amazing reputation, excellent value programs, and the best brokers,” Putnam said.  “I look forward to supporting all of my brokers and agents and welcoming many new brokers as we grow our network. I have received the warmest welcome. I look forward to meeting everyone and representing Invis-Mortgage Intelligence at the upcoming CAAMP conference!”

“I am delighted to join Invis-Mortgage Intelligence. They are a class act organization with fantastic leadership and many of the best mortgage brokers and agents in the industry today.  I am thankful for the opportunity,” Gordon said.

  • Tony M on 2013-11-11 9:33:40 AM

    Congrats Sarah!! I remember when you were with ING you cut me off! Let see how you fair on the broker side

  • Ron Butler on 2013-11-11 12:13:22 PM

    @Tony, it's just rude man, seriously, this is just an employment announcement, it is not meant for negative comments. I don't mind a heated discussion about policies or a lending practises but really Tony, if you changed brokerages would you want wild comments to just fly out from an anonymous source?

  • Tony M on 2013-11-11 2:04:26 PM

    Hi Ron,

    In no way was this suppose to be rude, and if it came across that way please accept my apologies...however its so hard for me to sit here and not comment when you have these bank reps walking around acting like they are high and mighty when they have the false perception that they have a big cushy position at the bank. They feel that they can treat brokers and agents, who try, & that don't do fraudulent deals as if they are nothing because they don't send in volume, instead of trying to work with them to build them up....I'm not one to be negative but i'm just putting it out there and that is why I said what I said

  • Ron Butler on 2013-11-11 3:32:29 PM

    Tony, I respect you for giving an honest answer and I also applaud an apology, we never see those in these comments sections. Here's what I meant: imagine you switched brokerages and there is an announcement appears here and then your former broker comments anonymously that Tony was a disloyal guy who would switch for one an extra beep of split, yada, yada. It's just not appropriate for a change of employment announcement.

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