And other highlights from the latest Toronto housing report
Technology is disrupting almost every sector of business and real estate and the mortgage business is no different
Most broker marketing campaigns may be digital-centric but one player has embraced what many believe to be outdated technology to bring in leads.
One big bank may be forced to pay out to more than 52,000 Canadians if a lawsuit targeting allegedly unfair mortgage penalties succeeds.
Whether it’s with your clients or your staff, conflict is an inevitable part of being a broker. But there are ways of approaching confrontations without escalating the issue further.
An index of consumer confidence has recorded an increase for last week, fuelled by better optimism on job security.
As our thirst for urban living grows, so do our cities.
New figures from The Commerce Department revealed that the housing market south of the border has not yet turned a corner.
For the past several months Scott Peckford of Impact Mortgages has been hosting a podcast called “I love Mortgage Brokering”, which features interviews with brokers across the country. Through his first several interviews he has picked up tips for building his business and, perhaps more importantly, reignited his passion for the industry.
Home buyers lie on their loan applications and ten per cent of Canadians believe it’s acceptable to do so.
A serving US General outlines his four essentials for outstanding leadership.