Ethel M. Lariviere, MBI is an Independently Owned & Operated Licensed Commercial and Residential Mortgage Broker with Dominion Lending Centres - A Better Way. As a Licensed Mortgage Broker Ethel is dedicated in assisting clients in making responsible informed decisions by providing unbiased guidance and expert industry and market knowledge. She has over 22 years of combined commercial, retail banking, and residential mortgage lending experience.
She is passionate in providing innovative lending and mortgage solutions tailored to each individual’s specific unique needs. Before becoming a Mortgage Broker Ethel was a Commercial Account Manager and she embraces entrepreneurship, small business and the keen ability to look out of the box as no two businesses or individuals are alike. A Better Way is a top Dominion Lending Centres franchise brokerage with more than 80 Mortgage Brokers serving Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
Ethel and her husband moved back to BC in 2016 from Red Deer, Alberta. Ethel was born and raised in BC and they moved to Alberta in 2005 for what they thought was going to be a couple of years but ended up being eleven. Even with family, friends, colleagues and business associates still in Red Deer that will be sadly missed, Ethel has to admit that she is thrilled to be back home again in BC.
Ethel dedicates her time to the Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce and has been on the Government Affairs Committee and a local Chamber Member since 2017. Ethel was a sponsor of the 2019 and 2020 Candlelight Parade and of the 2019 and 2020 Business Excellence Awards presenting the Employer of the Year Award. Ethel is also a voting member of the Mortgage Brokers Association of BC and the Bigstone Cree Nation.
In Ethel’s downtime she likes to spend quality time with her husband and three dogs. She is an avid runner and marathoner, enjoying sports in general as an ex-competitive dragon boat racer and hockey player.
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