Ontario’s new housing policy doesn’t address the major underlying issue in the market, according to president of one industry association
Skye McLean of Argentum Atlantic HS did – and she’s eager to be a Top 75 broker once again this year – even if she slips a little in the rankings.
There will be a few more months of talks on how B.C.’s MIC regulations will take shape, as the exemption deadline for dealer registration has been pushed back by the British Columbia Securities Commission for another year.
Getting a straight answer from a bank on a client’s loan is like pulling teeth, says one investment player expert in reducing mortgage penalties.
The Alberta and B.C. mortgage brokers associations announced yesterday they are establishing a Western Canadian education platform for members.
As the big banks increase their fixed rates, monolines like MCAP and First National are following suit – eliminating any breathing room for brokers already trimming commissions to accommodate clients.
Making the CMP Top 75 is an accolade in and of itself – but a tough Vancouver market has only heightened that honour, say industry players looking to repeat their performance.
If you’re looking for leads to refer on to your Realtor partners, a new survey suggests your older clients are the soundest bet.
The man who wrote a report urging the privatization of the CMHC back in 1979 says today’s housing market problems were predicted more than three decades ago.
RBC’s announced rate hike Friday is a signal the big bank is laying down its weapon of choice at least for the time being, say brokers.
With less than two weeks left on the clock, CMP is counting the largest number of first-time submissions ever – proof of the growing desire to differentiate yourself from the competition.