Spruce Grove Mortgage Broker: Krista Rumberg
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Edmonton & Area Mortgage Broker: Krista Lindstrom, AMP

Edmonton & Area Mortgage Broker: Krista Lindstrom, AMP

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My motto is “KNOWLEDGE is POWER”.  I take great pride in knowing everything I can possibly know about mortgages.  It’s easy to love your job when it’s not work…it’s what I love to do. My experience as a mortgage broker in Edmonton and area, and volume get me access to products other mortgage brokers can’t.  This means I provide mortgage reduction strategies, flexible scheduling, knowledge beyond my years and of course great rates come naturally.  Every lender has their “box” and it’s my job to know how to fit you into each lender’s “box” or qualifying criteria.  Tell me your story and I will find you the correct lender!

I am active in the following areas:

  • Edmonton and area
  • Spruce Grove
  • Stony Plain
  • Sherwood Park

I own rental properties myself.  I understand investment real estate decisions.  If you’re looking to finance your rental properties I can help you minimize your down payment and maximize your tax right off.

Looking to make your mortgage tax deductible? I have several options available for you and you won’t have to explain what the Smith Maneuver is.

If you are looking for a mortgage broker in Spruce Grove who is a living breathing example of financial security, smart decision making, and a wealth of knowledge I’m your lady!

I live in Spruce Grove, Alberta but I work with people in Edmonton and area, and across Canada! Follow me on Twitter, watch my fan page on Facebook, send me an e-mail or let’s go the good old fashioned way and give me a call 780-946-6222.  I look forward to hearing from you!

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Testimonials

Sep '19

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Should I be locking in my variable rate?

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Times have changed in the mortgage industry. For the majority of my mortgage career my clients have been split about 50/50 between fixed and variable. Now, the vast majority of my clients are choosing fixed rates, and I get it. Never have I seen fixed rates lower than variable rates. For all of you sitting… Read more »

Sep '19

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First Time Home Buyer Incentive

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When the federal budget came out earlier this year and the First Time Home Buyer Incentive (FTHBI) was announced, “I thought what a piece of garbage – that’s not going to help anybody!” Now that September second is here, I have had the FTHBI at the back of my mind while I am working on… Read more »