Steve Roode has over 20 years experience as a relationship manager in the financial services industry. He has provided impactful service and supported the business growth of some of Canada’s largest banks. He is a true partner to his client s and is willing to go the extra mile to find solutions.
As a mortgage agent, Steve utilizes his relationship management skills to take the time to really understand his clients and builds a strong rapport to find the mortgage that best suits their needs. With a strong attention to detail, he will assist you throughout the entire mortgage process. His personal experience, along with the ownership of a student rental property, Steve can speak knowledgeably about a variety of mortgage options.
Steve holds a BA from Western University and an MBA from Dalhousie University. In his spare time, Steve is an avid participant in men’s recreational hockey with the Oakville Beavers Hockey Club. He also spends time woodworking, making custom rustic signs and furniture (IG: @sjroode). He lives in Oakville with his wife and teenaged son and daughter.
I believe that my responsibility as a mortgage expert goes well beyond simply arranging your mortgage financing. My job is to ensure that you feel confident in the mortgage process and make decisions that best suit you and your tribe.
In order for you to feel confident about the mortgage process and make the best decisions for your tribe, you have to feel at ease and be able to ask questions. I stay in touch with you throughout the entire process, provide information up front, but also make myself available whenever you need me!
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