Karla Harris, AMP
Karla’s folks settled in Ladysmith, Vancouver Island in 1927. In 1960 her folks moved to a small community Lantzville just a few miles north of Nanaimo. Karla was born and raised there, along with her 3 children, they are off to school and being active individuals in Grande Prairie & Kelowna. Karla Loves Vancouver Island and has no intentions of ever leaving.
Karla says she has enjoyed the pleasure of watching the Community grow into an exciting city desired worldwide.
Karla's education includes: Graduate of the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration & Real-Estate Council of British Columbia; Graduate of Insurance Council of British Columbia; Office Administration & Bookkeeper.
Karla is an active member of: MBABC (Mortgage Broker Association of Canada); CAAMP (Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals; AMP (Accredited Mortgage Professional). Karla also does a large amount of volunteer work: Foundation Board Member of VIU ( Vancouver Island University); Board Member Milner Gardens; Loaves & Fishes Food Bank; Old Time Fiddles; St John Ambulance Dog Therapy Program; Lantzville Heritage Community Church; Member of Nanaimo Fish & Game; ISLC Independent Shooters League British Columbia; Milton Street Strings; Weight-Watchers; and Toastmasters International.
Karla takes great pleasure in providing excellent service & finding the best mortgage option for “ YOU “ ! Not just a "Good Deal"…. THE RIGHT DEAL.
Having been through the process of building, purchasing and selling, many times herself, she knows how it feels to try and find the options out there.
Let Karla do the foot work for you.
Dominion Lending Centre allows you the choice of more than 300 mortgage options from Canada’s leading lenders
You've counted on your Real-Estate Agent to help you find your ideal purchase. You can count on Karla Irvine to recommend the financing solutions "To make it your Own".
Whether you are interested in purchase, renovating, purchasing rental property, taking equity out of your principal residence or simply increasing your mortgage to consolidate debts,