It seems Canada can learn a thing or two from America’s foreign buying record-keeping
Non-bank mortgage lender Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation has announced that its monthly dividend for May will be 7 cents per common share.
One former banker – and current broker – believes recent changes at RBC will sway more clients to choose brokers over the banks.
Canada is expected to draw 260,000-285,000 immigrants this year – a huge potential market for brokers to fund alternative deals; four experts in that space share their tips on better penetrating this market.
Industry association launches year-long advertising campaign focusing on drawing attention to the industry.
Canada’s largest private mortgage insurer is watching closely for signs of risk in the Alberta housing market.
The federal Finance Department has looked back to the 1980s as it predicts the future for Alberta’s housing market.
The boss of one of the largest mortgage lenders in the US says he expects the housing and home loan markets to improve but says there won’t be a ‘boom’.
Alberta’s housing market won’t see a repeat of the 1980s drubbing despite the slump in oil prices, a new internal federal government analysis has assured.
Brokers outside Canada’s two largest markets may have scoffed at the soaring prices, but players in two other cities may soon have to deal with the same sort of criticism.
With more and more brokers reporting a growing portfolio of alternative deals, is it time the industry got serious about education?