New housing rules may not be enough to slow down this bustling market, as international and home-grown developers set their sights on growth
Buyers are working harder for longer when saving for a down payment and home ownership is still considered financially beneficial, according to a Canada-wide survey commissioned by Genworth Canada.
You’ve got a great product and a convincing argument – so why is the client tuning out and saying no? It could be your body language, says an expert and bestselling author on the subject.
One broker’s application was denied by the lender after he voluntarily disclosed his client's pregnancy.
There's a global debate brewing on whether mortgage brokers have the "aptitude" to add financial planning to their repertoires – a question doing little to stem the flow of players doing just that.
With all the talk about the CMHC potentially instituting risk-based insurance premiums, it’s another crown corporation policy one broker would like to see changed.
Two leading Ontario credit unions announced their amalgamation Friday; a move that will certainly cut into a chunk of big bank business and provide more options for mortgage brokers.
More data on the effects the housing market has on the economy is needed, according to one leading economist.
The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) said it would be open to implementing risk-based default insurance and one leading broker believes the move could certainly benefit one type of home buyer.
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Industry players are calling for CAAMP to change a membership rule blocking individual brokers unless all their team signs up too.