One province is continuing to provide programs to help first-time home buyers jump into the market, and that’s great news for local brokers
First National’s 2013 compensation program finally spells out its decision to permanently reverse that 5-basis-point chop to finder’s fees introduced last year and alienating some brokers.
A large Toronto brokerage may be leading the way with the launch a flat-fee-per-transaction model for its new centralized underwriting service.
Brokers and marketing experts, alike, are now trying to gauge the impact of Dominion Lending Centre’s Super Bowl ads.
A new partnership with a respected leasing company is set to better position TMG The Mortgage Group in an increasingly competitive market for national players.
B.C.'s new home credit for first-time buyers expires on March 31 – and that's great news for brokers tired of seeing many clients lured to a developer's lender.
CAAMP is now responding to new regulations introduced by the government for its anti-spam legislation, calling for tweaks that would better protect the "simple referrals" brokers depend on.
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.
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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.