Mortgage Alliance news

  • Broker network video goes viral

    Mortgage Alliance’s marketing team may have a lot of reason to dance these days. A promotional video featuring exuberant borrowers busting a move in celebration of their mortgages has gone viral.

  • A broker-only 2.98

    The road reps won't like it. Heck, many brokers may not like it, either! But Mortgage Alliance has now handed its members a 20/20 five-year mortgage at 2.98 per cent; specifically tied to its very successful RightMortgage.

  • MAC team in top 10 of cancer walkathon

    The Mortgage Alliance MAC Rally of Hope team raised nearly $200,000 making it the 6th largest fundraiser in the recently concluded annual Weekend to End All Women’s Cancer walkathon in Toronto.

  • Keep calm and broker on

    Here, according to leading broker network execs, is what the new mortgage rules mean for mortgage professionals

  • Brokers: Cut pooling? Cut volume requirements

    Fair is fair, says one seasoned mortgage professional: If lenders are bent on scrapping volume pooling, then, they must consider lowering their minimum volume requirements.

  • MAC brokers win GIC referrals

    Mortgage Alliance is now widening the revenue stream of its brokers and agents, winning them GIC referral opportunities with a major lender.

  • Answering the call

    In an ever-increasingly complex industry, broker Nera Emmanuel has built her business upon simple things such as returning phone calls and staying in touch with clients

  • Banks keeps clear of rate wars

    Banks are avoiding what appears to be a looming rate war by sticking to five-year fixed rates at or around 3.09 per cent even as other lenders race toward 2.84 per cent.

  • MAC Rally of Hope completes 7,500km ride

    The MAC Rally of Hope pulled into St. John’s, Friday – some 12 day after setting off from Port Moody, B.C., in its annual motorcycle ride to raise funds and hope for cancer causes.

  • Time to lower minimun volume requirements?

    Stricter mortgage rules threatening to cool down the housing market are fueling broker hopes lenders will soon lower their minimum volume requirements to compensate for a drop-off in business.