Invis name change in Comox Valley reflects growth

Invis Comox Valley recently changed its name to Invis — West Coast Mortgages, say owners Karen Ewing and Paul Healey.

Invis Comox Valley recently changed its name to Invis — West Coast Mortgages, say owners Karen Ewing and Paul Healey.

According to the owners, “The name was changed to better reflect our continued expansion beyond the Comox Valley.”

Ewing says, “As we’ve grown and won awards which have gotten us quite a bit of recognition, we keep getting more requests from experienced brokers who want to join our team from other areas, such as Campbell River and Nanaimo, but having Comox Valley in the name seemed to limit our expansion.”

She adds that the commercial lending division of the company is getting requests for loans from around British Columbia, “so the name just had to change.”

Invis-West Coast Mortgages, an award-winning firm, is an independently owned mortgage brokerage firm, but a member of Invis Canada — the country’s largest mortgage brokerage.

As part of a leading national team, the local brokers have significant negotiating power to get clients the best combination of rates and terms appropriate for their needs.

The company offers a variety of types of mortgage options, including  renewals, new construction, refinancing, debt consolidation, reverse mortgages, and home equity lines, among others.

Commercial lending is also offered through Invis Mortgages’ numerous financing resources.

— Invis — West Coast Mortgages

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