What effect will one major mortgage insurer’s new guidelines have for brokers and their clients?
One brokerage has made a rapid rise to the top of the mortgage scene in Canada, and one broker attributes that success to a few simple things.
Client education is back in the spotlight as banks continue to tighten the purse strings when it comes to lending to self-employed clients.
Some mortgage specialists appear to be misleading clients concerned about their credit score in an attempt to erode a key value proposition for brokers.
Brokers have been frustrated by too much government oversight in certain areas, but when it comes to this one issue, many believe the government should step in.
Broker frustrations about inconsistent payment penalties have sparked a creative solution.
Brokers believe these former mortgage professionals make some of the best underwriters and BDMs.
Brokers in one major market are noticing more conservative lending practices among monoline lenders, forcing players to send more deals to the banks.
Although it wasn’t quite unanimous, brokers have come to a consensus about what move the Bank of Canada will make later today.
It was a bold – and disputed -- claim when he first made it over a month ago, but one former BoC advisor is once again predicting rates will drop to zero.