Repeat performances mark Canadian Mortgage Awards
The success of the annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards roared across Toronto’s Liberty Grand Friday with over 600 attendees recognizing the industry’s top players – among them an unprecedented number of repeat winners.
Mortgage Summit a big success
CMP’s Top 75 were unveiled – for the first time ever – live at the Mortgage Summit in Toronto on Thursday and the event is being heralded, by Vernon Jones, editor of CMP, as a great way to mark broker successes with the appropriate fanfare.
Far-out Friday: 'Let's face it, we're not changing the world'
Ever thought the only thing Bill Gates was missing was the odd acid trip? Steve Jobs thought so. Compiled are a list of musings from some of the world's top business minds.
Mortgage Summit on now
CMP’s The Mortgage Summit is underway at Toronto Congress Centre, with keynote speaker Stephane Gervais, senior consultant for FranklinCovey Inc., offering a broker-specific spin on "the seven habits of highly effective people."
Storefronts still alive and well?
This very publication may have prematurely announced the death of the mortgage broker storefront, with at least one broker pointing to the strong traffic that model continues to win him.
Don't be shy! Answer our newest poll question
I’m sure each of our loyal readers are attending The Mortgage Summit today but why don’t you take some time between the action-packed events to answer our newest poll question on big banks advertising “employee pricing?”
Honouring the industry's savviest females
Get your nominations in for the Women of Influence issue
Tickets running out for industry's two biggest events
This is your last chance to secure your spot at the Mortgage Summit and Canadian Mortgage Awards.
Toronto condo land prices take a breather
Could this be the beginning of the forecasted "soft landing?" Developers appear to be a little less eager to scoop up land in the Toronto area to build condos on, reports The Globe and Mail.
No such thing as 'employee pricing' mortgages?
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) made headlines Tuesday with its “employee pricing" mortgage offering but brokers are far from convinced that such a product exists.