The channel lender is set to secure a $2 billion line of credit to secure against mortgages
There's more than one way to skin a cat and more than one way for lenders to up their appeal for brokers in an increasingly competitive market.
CMP magazine is only a download away, and now available on iPad.
A credit union in B.C. is now fielding broker concerns about the “full-commission” renewals of a discontinued program – an offer that was nonetheless in play at the time of funding.
A market effectively closed to brokers – developer subdivisions – may indirectly be putting more money into their pockets.
Brokers are applauding CBC’s Marketplace for its investigation of collateral charges at a major Canadian bank.
There’s growing debate among some brokers as to whether lenders should remove maximum buy-down restrictions and allow them -- and only them -- to decide just how low to go to retain a client.
Brokers are increasingly diversifying their product offerings to accommodate a slow market, with today’s launch of the CMP Broker Sentiment Poll set to quantify just how far down that road they’ve travelled.
Doubting Thomases may well have to eat their words, with a number of Invis/Mortgage Intelligence brokers having already won deals through the company's new relationship with a rate site.
ING brokers in Canada meet ING brokers in the UK, now feeling your pain as they learn of their own departing lender.
Street Capital is among those offering brokers an additional 10 basis points on some fixed mortgages, the move helping build an increasingly competitive and lucrative market.