Tricia McIntosh – Mortgage Professional

Tricia McIntosh

With a strong focus on exceptional client care, Tricia is your go-to mortgage broker, dedicated to tailoring mortgage solutions that perfectly match your unique needs – all at a great rate and with no cost to you. Whether you’re stepping into a new home, renewing your mortgage, refinancing for renovations, or navigating other milestones, Tricia is your reliable partner, ready to provide answers and support at every step of your mortgage journey.

Tricia’s journey in the financial world started back in 1998 within the banking sector. In 2010, she transitioned into a licensed mortgage broker, and by 2020, she was already nurturing a team within The Place to Mortgage. Guiding exceptional brokers towards professionalism and excellence in the mortgage industry has been an exciting adventure for her. Before entering the world of brokering, Tricia spent a decade as a police dispatcher and 911 operator, proudly serving the RCMP family. It was during this time that she met her husband, an RCMP regular member in Surrey, BC.

Tricia’s deep-rooted expertise in mortgages empowers her to help clients achieve their financial dreams through homeownership. She holds a special place for first-time buyers and takes pride in assisting RCMP and other First Responders to realize their homeownership aspirations. Drawing from personal experience with RCMP relocation, Tricia understands the intricacies of transfer program policies. Her insights have saved members money and maximized allowances through every stage of the relocation process.

With licenses across multiple provinces and affiliation with Mortgage Alliance Canada, Tricia’s professional influences expands nation. Since 2016, she has called Victoria, BC, home, along with her husband and two children. Settling in Victoria after years of moving around the province, Tricia’s family has found their place to thrive. When she’s not shaping mortgage solutions, you can find Tricia soaking up the sun and adventures with her family around Vancouver Island.