Kara Herbeson is a dedicated sales professional with over 10 years of experience selling network hardware to national retailers The Source and Walmart. Her exceptional sales track record results from building strong professional relationships and consistently exceeding their expectations.
Complimenting her passion for sales, she brings focus, determination and a notable reputation for accuracy and integrity when serving clients now as a mortgage agent. Kara enjoys being able to assist people throughout the entire process in securing their mortgage loan. She says she takes pride in “educating people about the product to ensure they are comfortable with the solution they have chosen, and wants to ensure the complex financial process is easy and understandable for everyone.”
Kara holds a three-year Marketing Diploma from Sheridan College from where she also received the President’s Award for excelling in business development. When she remembers her ‘floaties’, she enjoys swimming at the cottage, and takes time to plan family vacations around her kids nap times, mealtimes, and bedtimes.
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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Being a part of the tribe has advantages. Access to the best lender products available anywhere in Canada is one of them. We use our extensive corporate networks to ensure you get the best mortgage product. It pays to belong.
We have developed excellent relationships with several lenders, let’s figure out which one has the best products to offer you!
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