MCAP news

  • Rate transcends network lines

    An increasing number of brokers seem prepared to cross “network lines” to get to new lenders, with agents outside the Pacific Mortgage Group expressing interest in Radius’s 2.94 per cent offer.

  • Lenders divvy up FirstLine’s spoils, suggest report

    The results are in, and as expected, big lenders, with the conspicuous exception of TD, have successfully divvied up FirstLine’s spoils

  • ING success validates broker model

    Brokers shouldn't despair over the potential loss of ING, but view its success as proof more upstart lenders will enter the channel to replace it, says one leading player.

  • myNext takes on new name

    A rose by any other name is just as sweet, but does the same apply to a lender?

  • Who gets the bill for broker ad campaign?

    Merix head Boris Bozic has joined the growing number of mortgage professionals endorsing the idea of a national advertising campaign, specifically focused on hawking broker wares to the largely uninformed consumer. That’s even as others look to mono-lines themselves to foot the bill.

  • Brokers: Time for Mono-line consumer advertising

    Mono-lines are facing renewed calls to increase consumer advertising, a way of helping mortgage brokers sell to often skeptical clients – inclined to dismiss all non-banks as B lenders.

  • Haditaghi explains CEO search

    Company founder Alex Haditaghi personally identified Ron Swift as the man to lead Pacific Mortgage Group to the “next level” as far back as eight months ago, he told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, with his decision to step down from the CEO post, in fact, ending a year-long search.

  • Swift takes over from Haditaghi

    Ron Swift is moving into the captain’s chair of Pacific Mortgage Group, leaving lender MCAP.

  • Brokers on Lenders Survey: The results are in

    Brokers’ opinions of lenders have undergone some changes over the past year and they are reflected in the results of CMP’s 5th annual Brokers on Lenders Survey.

  • REMIC helps build Habitat for Humanity

    REMIC – and the hundreds of Canadians it trains to become mortgage agents – is setting a course for philanthropy, kicking off a campaign focused on building the coffers of Habitat for Humanity.