Dominion Lending Centres news

  • Top 75 brokers share their recipe for success

    Implementing the best business strategies may seem obvious, but many brokers fail to take advantage of what works while discarding what doesn’t.

  • CMA winners defy rough market

    The 8th-annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards went off with a bang at Toronto’s Liberty Grand Friday with over 600 attendees recognizing industry players who’ve soared above a turbulent real estate market

  • Lenders should offer LEMs, says broker

    The popularity and success of Location Efficient Mortgages in the United States could be applied to major urban centres like Toronto, says one broker, and lenders north of the border could easily include it as one of their mortgage products

  • DLC scoring clients with playoff pool

    DLC opened registration for its NHL playoff hockey pool Monday, and it is proving a useful tool for engaging clients and bringing in new customers.

  • More than a sporting chance

    The sports field is an excellent training ground for brokers, and the ruck-ready world of rugby has well prepared Michael James.

  • Helping people is in his blood

    MortgageBrokerNews is continuing its series of features on the finalists for Broker of the Year in both categories -- the under 25 employees and the 25 and over. This year’s group is the most diverse, spanning the country. Winners in both categories will be named at the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards on May 10 at the Liberty Grand in Toronto.

  • 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.

  • Brokers use Flaherty to promote low rate

    With tongue firmly planted in cheek, one brokerage is using a photo of Finance Minister Jim Flaherty to help promote its 2.79 per cent 5-year fixed mortgage with the caption “This rate is too low for the Canadian people.”

  • Budget targets bulk mortgages

    Thursday’s federal budget could have been a lot worse, say some brokers while others are anxious about any potential fallout for BFS clients and monolines.

  • Regulations, affordability hampering Gen Y buyers

    Regulatory hurdles and affordability are the major barriers to Generation Y to jumping into the housing market, says a recent Royal LePage survey.