Justin da Rosa

Justin Da Rosa is a journalist with Canadian Mortgage Professional.

Contact:
Justin.DaRosa@keymedia.com

  • Broker: Lender's products are what matters

    One leading broker has echoed the same sentiments of some of Canada’s largest broker networks: it is a lender’s products – and not it’s affiliation with one particular network – that will determine broker opinion.

  • Lender grows share and earns support across channel

    A leading lender is enjoying significant growth and support from the broker networks across Canada following its investment in one of those networks.

  • Insurer stat points to healthy market?

    One of Canada’s leading private insurers unveiled strong second quarter results and, perhaps more interestingly, one statistic that potentially points to a healthy housing market.

  • Bank products superior to monolines'

    Brokers often prefer sending business to their monoline partners rather than to one of the big banks and CMP’s forthcoming Brokers on Lenders survey will provide those partners with details on how to better compete.

  • Brokers discuss incorporating

    A guest column by one of the industry’s most respected players stoked the fires of discussion Thursday, encouraging brokers to discuss the ins and outs of incorporating a brokerage.

  • Have your say: Do you do commercial business?

    In an increasingly competitive segment we want to know what percentage of our readers currently fund commercial deals.

  • Economist inching closer to bearishness?

    One major economist has begun sympathizing with Canadian housing pessimists, though he isn’t ready to join their ranks just yet. Will brokers agree with his reasoning?

  • Lender announces commitment to alternative space

    One trust company is reaffirming its dedication to supporting mortgage brokers with two executive appointments, among them a leading player from another lender.

  • Rate site sees increased support

    One leading rate site has seen an influx in business since RateHub’s announcement that it will start its own mortgage brokerage.

  • Brokers agree on payment plan

    Strangley enough, brokers are echoing the sentiments of a big bank and warning clients not to follow a recent trend.