DLC news

  • MCAP, brokers pay it forward in New Orleans

    A trip to New Orleans usually means partying in the French Quarter and Mardi Gras – but for brokers attending MCAP’s Habitat for Humanity summit this week, it was about paying it forward.

  • CMP releases complete list of nominees

    CMP magazine is sharing all of candidates for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, the most exhaustive and representative list in the awards’ celebrated history.

  • Broker: clients need 24 hours to read fine print

    If a home is the biggest purchase clients will ever make, they should at least be given a chance to read the documents they’re asked to sign, says one industry veteran, pegging that interval at 24 hours.

  • Brokers win Dragons' endorsement

    As expected, the Dragons breathed fire and the brokers braved it, with the Dragons fighting among themselves for a piece of the action.

  • DLC quantifies Super Bowl ad success

    Dominion Lending Centres just released its 2013 spring advertising fund update, and the numbers from that Super Bowl commercial appear to be, well, super.

  • Brave brokers enter the Dragons' Den

    Dragons’ Den on CBC will welcome DLC’s Jay Seabrook and Kevin Cochran this Sunday, pitching their already successful EnRICHed Academy tutorial package.

  • Network uses Home Show to build brand, broker awareness

    Gary Mauris is billing Dominion Lending Centres’s sponsorship of three of the largest home shows in Canada as a profile boost for all brokers, and not just his members.

  • DLC broker to other networks : Advertise!

    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.

  • DLC Super-sizes its advertising

    Brokers and marketing experts, alike, are now trying to gauge the impact of Dominion Lending Centre’s Super Bowl ads.

  • Brokers channel pumps $1.2 million into charity

    Growing originations wasn't the only focus of brokers this year, with their collective efforts for charity surpassing last year's grit, determination and, indeed, generosity.