Dominion Lending Centres news

  • Broker doubts AMP changes are sufficient

    Disaffected brokers are now mulling over a seismic change to the AMP designation, although some doubt the plan is enough to bring them back into the fold – even with the promise of an exclusive certification.

  • Broker scores at trade shows

    These potential clients may have more pressing things to worry about than mortgages, but one broker is using a unique strategy to get before those consumers as they prepare to make a life-altering change..

  • Equifax report frustrates broker

    One broker is frustrated by negative Equifax reports that he believes aren’t a true indication of clients’ credit health.

  • Should regulators focus more on unsecured debt?

    New data on consumer debt has dredged up an old broker gripe: Regulators need to rein in the availability of unsecured debt and leave mortgage spending alone.

  • DLC honours broker who passed away

    Dominion Lending Centres is honouring one of its own who passed away suddenly over the Holidays.

  • Two brokers teach public about financial literacy

    A father and daughter mortgage team is giving back to the community by teaching financial literacy to entire families.

  • Leadership event for female brokers

    One industry player has organized an event to help inspire and motivate tomorrow’s female leaders with her second BC Women in Mortgages Leadership Event, set to take place on February 3.

  • Brokers play golf for charity

    With their individual charity efforts, two members of a large superbroker score a hole in one for the less fortunate.

  • Tip for holiday client credit protection

    You may want to cast yourself in the role of the Grinch this holiday season, with a leading broker identifying one credit-protecting rule to share with clients who’ll thank you later but probably not today.

  • Superbroker president wants to put an end to bullying

    Each year CMP and MortgageBrokerNews.ca highlight the charitable endeavours of brokers across the country. In the first of this year’s series, we highlight one network head and his anti-bullying campaign, “I Am Someone.”