Richmond Hill Mortgage agent

Simply put, Ahmad and the entire team at Total Mortgage Source 360 are your best Aurora mortgage agents .  We are experts at saving you money by securing you a lower rate on your mortgage in the town of Richmond Hill and all of York Region.  If you are looking to purchase a home in Richmond Hill, Ontario and are in need of a mortgage, you’ve come to the right place. 

My Passion is Helping Guide Clients and Friends Through the Path to Homeownership

My team and I will always take the time to understand the needs of our clients and are willing to go the extra mile to serve them and educate them every step of the way.

As Aurora mortgage agents, our knowledge, expertise and passion for service sets us apart from those “other” agents and makes us the best mortgage agents in Richmond Hill, Ontario.         


How do I Find the Best Mortgage Agent in Richmond Hill?

Finding mortgage agents in the Richmond Hill area isn’t really hard; all you have to do is type “mortgage agent near me” or a similar query into your browser and you’ll get dozens of results. But how do you sift through all of the options and narrow down your choices to find the best mortgage agent? Below, you’ll find some handy tips that you can use to find a reputable Richmond Hill, Ontario mortgage agent that is sure to meet your needs.

Ahmad and the entire team at Total Mortgage Source 360 are your best mortgage brokers in Richmond Hill, Ontario.  We are also Richmond Hills best mortgage agents.  As mortgage agents and brokers, we consistently save our clients money by securing them a lower rate on their mortgage.  We make the entire process streamlined and fast wether it’s your first or second mortgage, a refinance or if your looking to pay off debt with a home equity line of credit.  We’re by your side every step of the way.


Tips for finding the Best richmond hill Mortgage Agent

Tip Number One: Get the conversation started!  Pick up the phone and speak with the mortgage agent.  Your first impression of them is probably going to be correct.  During the initial phone call did the Richmond Hill Mortgage Agent take the time to answer all of your questions?  Did the Richmond Hill Mortgage Agent show interest by asking you questions regarding your goals and plans for the future?

Tip Number Two: Are they invested in the community?  Does this Richmond Hill mortgage Agent use their website and social media accounts as a way of educating their potential clients in their area of expertise?  Are they knowledgeable and approachable?  You’ll be working very closely with your mortgage agent, as you would a real estate agent, so it’s important you’re a good fit.   

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About richmond hill

Richmond Hill (2021 population: 202,022)[3] is a city in south-central York RegionOntario, Canada. Part of the Greater Toronto Area, it is the York Region’s third most populous municipality and the 27th most populous municipality in Canada. Richmond Hill is situated between the cities of Markham and Vaughan, north of Thornhill, and south of Aurora.

Richmond Hill has seen significant population growth since the 1990s. It became a city in 2019 after being a town since 1957.[4] The city is home to the David Dunlap Observatory telescope, the largest telescope in Canada.

The village of Richmond Hill was incorporated by a bylaw of the York County Council on June 18, 1872,[5] coming into effect January 1, 1873.[6] In September 1956, the Ontario Municipal Board approved its elevation to Town status, effective January 1, 1957.[7]

The Regional Municipality of York was established by Bill 102 An Act to Establish the Regional Municipality of York of the provincial parliament, passed on June 26, 1970, and coming into force on January 1, 1971.[8] The act expanded Richmond Hill’s borders, annexing parts of Whitchurch TownshipMarkham TownshipVaughan Township and King Township into Richmond Hill, expanding the area covered from 1,700 acres (6.9 km2) to 27,000 acres (110 km2) and the population from a little over 19,000 to some 34,000. Historically the town was bounded along a narrow strip along Yonge Street from Lots 48 to 46 (about Crosby Avenue down to Major Mackenzie Drive), as far east as Church Street and slightly west of Mill Pond (excluding Lot 46 where it ended just north of Arnold Crescent or eastern end of today’s Don Head Park). The town grew to encompass the communities of GormleyDollarLangstaffCarrville, Headford, Elgin MillsJefferson, Bond Lake, TemperancevilleLake WilcoxOak Ridges and Richvale. While Richmond Hill was a prosperous, well developed town, many of the outlying areas annexed were far more rural, with dirt roads, no water mains or sewers and no streetlights, and the time needed to bring municipal services up in these areas, combined with residual unequal tax assessments caused considerable conflict in the municipal politics. Policing was taken over by the York Regional Police, but fire protection remained with Richmond Hill, whose firefighting force quickly grew. Having hired its first full-time employee in 1967, it had fourteen full-time employees by 1971.

Yonge Street through Richmond Hill expanded from two lanes to four in 1971, relieving congestion on what was known as “Ontario’s worst stretch of highway”.[8]

The Richmond Hill Dynes Jewellers softball team was the 1972 Softball World Champions.[8] The Royal Canadian Air Farce was recorded at the Curtain Club Theatre in Richmond Hill for its first 5 seasons on radio, beginning in 1973.[9] The Air Farce returned for an anniversary recording in the 1990s. Also in 1973 was the centennial of the town’s incorporation as a village, and the town set up a number of celebratory activities, including a beard growing contest, commissioning a centennial song, a parade, a street dance and the unveiling of a historic plaque honouring the town’s founding in front of the municipal offices. June 27 was officially declared Russell Lynett Day, named after the town’s clerk, only the third in its existence. 1973 also saw the sale of the last of the original rose-growing greenhouses in Richmond Hill. Development had led to increasing property taxes and the H.J. Mills greenhouses relocated to Bayview Avenue and Elgin Mill Road. The site of the greenhouses was developed as a subdivision. The fast-growing town set aside significant areas for parks, with five new parks dedicated in 1973, and two more in 1974. The Richmond Hill Historical Society was founded in 1973.[8] The society was dedicated to preserving the history of Richmond Hill and raising awareness of the town’s history. Their first action was to restore a 150-year-old house, known as the Burr House.

As the 1970s went on, the population growth of Richmond Hill remained large. In 1976, home prices in Richmond Hill were among the highest in Canada.[8] By this time, the town council was split over whether to keep expanding rapidly. The deadlock over a fifty-five house subdivision named Springmills Estate led to one councillor saying that it was not the reform council it was dubbed, but a “deformed council”. Other housing projects faced similar problems as councillors debated many things, including the need for affordable housing and the encroachment of homes into the farmland and the Oak Ridges Moraine.