Was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s answer to this important broker issue sufficient?
Despite the controversy, many brokers say they’d consider charging a fee to clients dropping out of a deal at the last minute
Network head takes his issues directly to the Prime Minister
With the consultation process for FICOM’s proposed Form 10 disclosure changes winding down, one broker – and former banker – argues the regulator hasn’t provided a sufficient explanation as to why exactly it feels the change is necessary
A leading economist believes last year’s prosperous market won’t carry on through 2016
The proposal to rein in foreign influence on housing prices will pass but it isn’t enough, according to one industrial professional
Brokers will have a leg-up on the competition – at least for the next few weeks – and should look to take advantage, according to one industry veteran
The Canadian economy continues to flounder compared to its U.S. counterpart, raising the question: what does 2016 hold for the mortgage channel?
It may be an odd move by the biggest of the big banks but it’s one that brokers can use to their advantage, according to one industry veteran
MortgageBrokerNews.ca sat down with President Gary Mauris and founder Chris Kayat and gleaned more details around the industry’s latest major acquisition