Dominion Lending Centres news

  • The Diversifiers:Adam and Luke Bazuk

    In part 3 of our The Diversifiers series, we talk to Adam and Luke Bazuk of Canadian First Financial Centres & Dominion Lending Centres YBM Group.

  • The Diversifiers:Eileen Crosbie

    In part 1 of our The Diversifiers series, we talk to Eileen Crosbie of Dominion Lending Centres

  • Broker network at the Oscars

    One leading broker network placed TV ads during the season’s two biggest events and the numbers of both campaigns are in; suggesting sports fans may continue to represent a market most keen for the message.

  • Women underrepresented in mortgage industry?

    More than half of poll participants in a recent BMO Wealth Management survey believe women face a ‘glass ceiling’ in the financial services industry and one broker believes the same applies to mortgage brokers.

  • Deceased broker remembered

    The mortgage broker industry has lost one of its own, following the death of Mike McGraw of Dominion Lending Centres who passed away on February 16 at the age of 53.

  • Mortgage Broker News Hot List 2014

    The New Year brings a fresh start for everyone, including those in the mortgage broker industry. 2013 saw industry players continually jockeying with the previous year’s mortgage rule changes – and the ever-present threat of further action – but it’s fair to say most endured the frustration and emerged relatively unscathed.

  • MBN Hot list 2014: Gary Mauris

    Gary Mauris's profile for Mortgage Broker News Hot list 2014

  • Small brokerages to struggle in 2014?

    One local player -- who expects indirect help from the big networks -- is optimistic about the year ahead, despite a forecast that smaller brokerages will struggle in 2014.

  • MBN Hot list 2014: Collin Bruce

    Collin Bruce's profile for Mortgage Broker News Hot list 2014

  • Broker frustrated by auditing double standard

    One broker is frustrated by what he perceives to be a double standard when it comes to how brokers are audited compared to their banking counterparts.