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Invis signs Lance Cook and Canada’s Best Mortgage in Victoria

By Kelly Neuber

Vancouver, BC (January 3, 2012) - Invis is pleased to announce that Lance Cook is joining the company in Victoria as Invis - Canada's Best Mortgage.

Lance Cook is the founder of CBM Canada's Best Mortgage and has over Thirty years of mortgage and real estate experience; five years with CIBC in general banking, ten years as a realtor, and the last fifteen as an independent mortgage broker. He has been involved in the sale and financing of thousands of properties, including residential and commercial, new home construction, investment properties and development projects.

Lance started Canada's Best Mortgage in 2000, initially operating as a national company until deciding five years ago to focus regionally. Lance was recognized in the 2011 CMP Top 50 and as a finalist in the 2010 CMP Mortgage Awards for Best Broker and Best Brokerage.

"There were several reasons that I wanted to join a national network - increased compensation, more lender options, proprietary products, back end and regional support," says Cook. "I met with several national brokerages and chose Invis because they offered the best overall value. I was very impressed with Stan Falkowski, Rob Hafer, and everyone at Invis that I've dealt with. I look forward to joining the Invis team and adding value to the respected Invis brand."

Cook plans to continue to build his team and grow his business to exceed $100 million in funded volume. Current team members include Brad Speniel, a long time broker, along with Cook's wife Marcella who is the office manager.

"Lance Cook is very well known and a highly respected broker in the industry and among his peers, and we're absolutely thrilled that he has joined Invis in Victoria," says Stan Falkowski, President. "We're growing right across the country and attracting high-reputation, large-volume producers like Lance Cook. That speaks volumes about our bold strategic direction, value programs, and the people in our organization."

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