One of the country’s largest real estate associations is calling for higher fines and a crackdown on ethics violations
That didn't take long.
One major mortgage insurer wasted no time announcing its own premium changes, following CMHC’s major statement Friday.
The CMHC announcement Friday that it is raising its premiums may have allowed brokers to sigh in relief; at least for one, who feared much more intrusive changes from the Crown Corporation
One leading title insurer is noticing more cases of insurance fraud and a change in focus on the value of mortgages fraudsters are targeting.
The effects of CMHC’s premium hike remain to be seen, but one industry expert believes it will not slow down the market.
CMHC is increasing its mortgage insurance premiums for homeowners and 1-4 unit rental properties effective May 1, 2014.
A new broker recruitment initiative established in Australia could be easily adapted for Canada’s market, according to one broker, who is already applying a similar approach to his own recruitment efforts.
Some may rejoice at Jim Flaherty's recent announcement that he is unsure whether he will run for Finance Minsister in 2015 but could a new finance minister have a more negative effect on the mortgage industry?
One broker is frustrated by what he perceives to be a double standard when it comes to how brokers are audited compared to their banking counterparts.
A real estate consultant has been sentenced to 20 months in prison after prosecutors say he helped five people – including a former NFL player – commit mortgage fraud.
Brokers prepared to dismiss B and C lending may be handicapped in 2014, with one major network head suggesting those brokers who embrace alternative lending will find themselves at the head of the pack.