Last year’s mortgage rule changes are clearly impeding young buyers from breaking into the housing market, according to one veteran, but there is an even larger obstacle in the way
ING Direct is asking its customers to help the flood victims of southern Alberta – and hoping to cash in on some of the goodwill from mortgage brokers, too.
That four-letter word has once again reared its ugly head, and one broker is prepared to take CAAMP to court over two REDX reports that are hurting his business.
The Mortgage Brokers Association of British Columbia gathered yesterday to pick a new leader and board of directors for the coming year.
The rain has stopped, but downtown Calgary is still flooded – and lenders like Street Capital are waiting for drier days to reopen for business.
MCAN moved some chairs around Friday, announcing the appointment of a new CFO and vice president to replace Tammy Oldenburg, who has tendered her resignation to make way for the current CFO of Xceed.
Dominion Lending Centres wants to make one thing perfectly clear: MCC employees will not be subject to the same fees as their DLC counterparts – including the ad fund.
Torrential rain and widespread flooding is wreaking havoc for Calgary lenders like Street Capital.
One broker tired of doing all the work and watching the client jump ship to a big bank matching rate is reigniting the debate on exclusivity agreements.
Interest rates continue to go up – and this time, it is Scotiabank and RBC following TD Canada Trust by announcing increases to special discounted rates.
What is going on with you brokers? You’ve been telling us that 2012 was supposed to be a dud of a year for doing business.