With the news of West Face Capital Inc.'s lawsuit against Home Capital making the rounds, industry professionals don't think the former has much of a case, with one going so far as to call the litigation buyer's remorse
An Alberta man on parole for mortgage fraud is going back to prison – proof of the court’s toughening stance on that kind of crime.
A marketing exec from the king of search engines – Google – will deliver the keynote for the upcoming Mortgage Summit, guiding brokers on how to use SEO to tap into a king’s ransom of online borrowers.
One DLC broker feels everyone in the channel won with those Super Bowl ads and is asking other broker networks to step up with their own consumer-focused advertising meant to lift the profile of mortgage professionals.
If you offer it, they will come. Eventually.
If the U.S. government gets its way a number of big fat chickens will soon come home to roost at S&P’s credit rating agency -- now facing civil action for its allegedly “fraudulent” role in the 2008 financial crisis.
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.