MortgageBrokerNews.ca becomes the first industry publication to be audited by a third party
A real estate agent in the UK thought they had found a great way to get potential clients to stop and browse their window but the promotional idea turned into an embarrassment.
After reading about a perceived double standard in the mortgage industry, one industry player has called for more oversight for one particular group of professionals.
While a sleek Mercedes and a gold watch were once the hallmarks of a successful real estate agent, some experienced agents think that flashy image is doing damage to the reputation of the entire profession. How do brokers compare?
Decision-makers can be divided into five categories, requiring different methods of persuasion.
In its monetary policy report released yesterday the Bank of Canada admitted that some of our markets are far from a soft landing.
A new report suggests that we are far from the end of market growth, at least in some parts of Canada.
Developers are building more two-bedroom condos in response to the demand from families and young professionals.
This past summer, CMHC attempted to determine the percentage of condos in Canada that are owned by domestic investors, but it has recently admitted it still is unsure what percentage are owned by foreign investors.
One industry organization has proposed changes to the requirements for broker registration following a supreme court of British Columbia decision that determined an unregistered broker – who collected a $630,000 broker fee -- did not require registration.
Four simple tips for protecting personal information on mobile devices from computer hackers.