The channel lender announced its sale to the Montreal-based M3 Mortgage Group Thursday
Buck up, brokers. By one industry veteran’s calculations, the channel has actually gained – not lost – key market share in the difficult years following the subprime collapse.
A slowing, yet increasingly competitive Canadian market will not only cull the number of new entrants to the broker industry but thin the existing ranks by as much as 5 per cent, a veteran mortgage professional told MortgageBrokerNews.ca.
Canadian First Financial Centres will now extend its financial and insurance advisory services to retail brokers outside of the dedicated in-house model it launched in 2009.
It may soon be the 21st-century equivalent of a business card, but an Alberta broker is one of the industry's first to pull his very own app from the proverbial back pocket.
A new CAAMP poll suggests that brokers are at best maintaining their share of Canada’s mortgage business and at worst…
A rapidly-expanding Dominion Lending Centres is fending off criticism that too much of its growth is the result of brokerages migrating from competing networks.
While tougher mortgage rules have rekindled interest in condos, rising fees coupled with first-time buyer fears have limited the ability of brokers to capitalize on it.
A St. John’s brokerage is duplicating the organizational structure of non-bank lenders, replete with BDM and underwriter.
A radio ad for a leading Ottawa brokerage is stirring leads but also controversy with its subtle jab at the competition – other brokerages included.
A brokerage hawking salaried positions instead of tried-and-true commissions is pointing to a slowing market to explain a significant increase in the number of brokers jumping at the opportunity.