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Brokers set to cash in by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-06 4:29:24 PM

A business boom may be lying in wait for brokers in one major market, with early indicators showing homebuyers continue to flood the market following a busy summer more

OSFI plans B-21 official release by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-05 2:22:04 PM

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has announced the planned release of the B-21 guidelines and admits there are still vulnerabilities to the mortgage insurance more

New homebuying app launched by GenWorth by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-04 12:41:30 AM

Recognizing the need for a single tool that provides mortgage professionals on the go with all the information they need to help their clients make sound home-buying decisions, Genworth Canada just released its new more

CMP Broker Lifestyle Survey: What should we ask? by CMP | 2014-10-02 12:39:58 PM

Last year marked the inaugural Broker Lifestyle Issue and in it, we uncovered just what exactly makes up the average mortgage broker. But this year, we'd like to get even more detailed so let us know what questions you'd like to see us ask in the comments more

PIMCO says Bank of Canada should talk of rate rises by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-02 12:39:28 PM

Fund management firm Pacific Investment Management Co. says that the Bank of Canada should revert to talk of higher interest rates to halt the inflating property more

Should older seniors sell up and rent instead? by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-02 12:07:27 PM

If you’ve owned your home for most of your adult life the concept of selling your property and renting may be somewhat hard to grasp but could it be the best option?read more

OSFI puts kibosh on bank risk-sharing by Justin da Rosa | 2014-10-01 1:37:44 PM

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) will not force Canada’s banks to assume more mortgage risk, despite calls from many in the industry for them to do more