Dominion Lending Centres news

  • Brokers win unsecured credit card program

    Brokers are gaining an extra revenue stream with an unsecured credit card program Dominion Lending Centres is ready to drop next month, according to the mortgage broker network.

  • Broker gets 3 years for fraud

    The Fredericton Provincial Court has now sentenced a New Brunswick mortgage broker to three years in prison for mortgage fraud.

  • The Big Story: Who owns the 'Broker' name?

    Misappropriation of 'broker' by road reps is raising industry ire and concerns that mortgage specialists are capitalizing on broker reputations.

  • Don Cherry renews contract with team DLC

    The hockey season may still be up in the air, but the sport’s real star, Don Cherry, has re-signed with team Dominion Lending Centres.

  • Audio file: Gary Mauris on associations

    Audio file: Brokers continue to debate the role of industry associations, but Gary Mauris at Dominion Lending Centres is now weighing in for a feature in the September issue of CMP.

  • Brokers laud Street Capital’s charter quest

    It may be still two years away, but some brokers believe Street Capital’s chartered bank status ambitions are a step in the right direction.

  • DLC launches white label product line in Quebec

    Upfront payment and trailer fees are some of the benefits provided by DLC’s Dominion Mortgage white-label product which the broker network recently launched in Quebec.

  • DLC not worried by PQ victory

    Who’s afraid of the Parti Quebecois? Certainly not Dominion Lending Centres. In fact, while speculation abounds that the PQ triumph could be bad for business, the broker network is projecting growth for its relatively new operation in the province.

  • Broker clarifies Toronto Star comment

    A mortgage professional advising homebuyers to choose brokers doing 100 or more deals a year is now clarifying that comment published in the country`s largest newspaper.

  • The Big Story: Protecting clients from themselves

    The new mortgage rules have clients juggling their monthly debt payments to qualify, but there's real danger in getting too creative, say brokers.