And other highlights from the latest Toronto housing report
The AIC and a Quebec university are partnering to deliver a program to help those working towards their AACI and CRA designations.
As blogs, newsletters and videos become normal modes of client communication, financial services professionals are heading into a brave new world of digitization. But while new online communication channels can’t be ignored, old school communications are key to connecting with your customers’ enduringly analogue, emotional hearts.
Brokers have been frustrated by too much government oversight in certain areas, but when it comes to this one issue, many believe the government should step in.
Multi-unit starts in three regions paved the way for an increase in overall Canadian housing starts in May, but a slight moderation is also in the offing.
One industry player expects Mortgage Investment Corporations to go the consolidation route in the face of increased regulatory oversight.
Lenders are offering brokers false promises in answer to a very big gripe.
Brokers in this one major market may have noticed a decline in clients seeking mortgage for condos – and that trend may continue with fewer starts being reported as well.
Broker frustrations about inconsistent payment penalties have sparked a creative solution.
With household debt at record levels, one B.C. man’s fast foreclosure serves as a cautionary tale for the rest of Canadians.
Those workers who make up the millennial age group have surpassed their Generation X elders in North America – but the demographic of those approving the loans remains in the mid-50s in age.