May has been a busy one for Toronto-based brokers, according to new data that points to a substantial year-over-year uptick in sales.
A highly influential rate forecast is offering great news for brokers, but also a little bad.
One big bank’s ongoing solicitation of real estate agents for referrals is frustrating brokers, who see it as a ploy to move mortgage business into the branch.
Recently released data by one big bank points to Canadian preferences for mortgage products points to a need for more education among homebuyers, suggests one broker.
One broker and a few industry players are facing criticism for co-opting a social media campaign and trying to help Vancouverites afford housing.
Believe it or not, lenders are working overtime to outdo each other with increases to broker compensation in a market so often compared to Canada’s.
Unlicensed companies that advertised mortgage referrals through brokers now have more clarity on how to solicit clients.
Meridian Credit Union’s record-low mortgage promotion drew a lot of interest from potential clients, according to the company’s president, and not just for that specific product.
Brokers frustrated by appraisal management companies may have to look to lenders to bring about change.
Brokers and appraisers have both expressed frustration about appraisal management companies, and now the country’s largest provider is responding to broker feedback.