2011: The Road Ahead
Consumer awareness and confidence in brokers, broker-lender relationships and the threat from government of more mortgage rules are some of the issues John Tenpenny heard about when talking with prominent industry members
Have your say with Finance Minister Flaherty
Gary Mauris, President of DLC is seeking advice from everyone involved in the mortgage industry as he prepares to attend a pre-budget consultation roundtable with Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Jan. 19 in Regina, Sask.
Simon Sinek to be keynote presenter at DLC conference
Motivational speaker Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, was announced as the keynote presenter for Dominion Lending Centres’ 2011 National Sales Conference in Las Vegas.
The Real Deal: Gary Mauris
The president of Dominion Lending Centres Inc. has a limitless energy that he injects into every part of his life. Heather Li explores what fuels Gary Mauris’s drive
Superbrokers: Growing through Technology
CMP recently polled national broker networks across Canada to uncover what they offer their brokers – everything from compensation to training to ancillary services. Here are the results
Relationship Makers: A review of the industry's CRMs
All brokers need to organize their client contacts to keep in touch. And every brokerage tries to provide its agents with the best. Heather Li explores the industry’s CRM programs
Some submissions for Top 50 Brokers missed
As everyone knows there was a glitch in this year’s Top 50 Survey and some submissions were missed. One of those missed was Dan Eisner from True North Mortgage in Calgary. His total funded volume for 2009 was $136,533,952.
DLC signs Don Cherry for new fall TV ads
Dominion Lending Centres has signed on Canadian hockey commentator Don Cherry for its new TV commercials, launching September 2010.
DLC launches white-label HELOC mortgage
Dominion Lending Centres added to its white-label product roster this week with a new HELOC mortgage that pays trailer fees.
Was the crisis a good thing?
If there is anything good to come out of the credit crisis, it's the opportunity to improve broker/lender relations, industry members heard at the annual CAAMP expo in Toronto