CMA's Lifetime Achievement recipient speaks out
As the CMA nomination process ramps up for another year, the 2013 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award admits he was surprised by the distinction while the sponsor of the award itself shares its reasons for backing the honour.
Broker to meet with MPP to discuss MBLAA
Independent broker, Paolo Di Petta, will be meeting with Steven Del Duca, Liberal MPP of Vaughn and the man appointed to oversee the review of the MBLAA, on Thursday to discuss potential changes to the act – and he wants to collect and present broker feedback after a letter sent by CAAMP to the MPP did not represent brokers’ best interests.
TD snub doesn't surprise brokers
Mortgage brokers say they understand why a TD home buying guide advises seeking out a mortgage specialist for expert advice, with no mention of its broker-partners.
DLC hopes to score with new marketing initiative
Want to win $100,000?
That’s the message Dominion Lending Centre is sending potential clients as part of their unique marketing initiative: Its NHL hockey pool that is set to commence today.
Suspended broker maintains innocence
A B.C. agent who had his licence suspended for five years after allegedly forging a letter of employment tells MortgageBrokerNews.ca he is innocent of any wrongdoing, although he has no plans to reapply for brokering privileges.
Brokerage and Realty announce partnership
A Dominion Lending Centres franchise and Right at Home Realty (RAH) announced a partnership last week that will arm RAH’s real estate agents with brokerage services.
Broker and hockey great score for charity
Paul Henderson’s Hockey Marathon of Hope scores a win for families and children in need – and one industry player laced up to play an integral role in shaping the event.
Independent lender approved for CMHC mortgages
Another independent lender, CMLS Financial, has been approved to offer residential CMHC-backed mortgages in Canada, according to a press release from the company.
Flippant brokers mar the industry
Brokers say inexperienced agents – including those who sat dormant until real estate sales picked up this summer -- are flooding the market to make a quick buck.
How do you nab a flighty rate shopper?
Rate shoppers continue to frustrate brokers, but at the same time are forcing those professionals to find new and old ways to block 11th hour defections.