Mortgage Alliance news

  • Signing service cuts turnaround times by half

    Mortgage Alliance and law firm Anderson Sinclair recently rolled out a real estate closing package which they hope will cut by nearly 50 per cent the amount of time it takes to transact a mortgage application.

  • Brokers give banks more bang for their buck

    Two brokers are articulating a very dollars-and-cents argument for why mortgage professionals continue to represent real cost savings for big banks – that despite Scotia’s take-it-leave-it approach to commission cuts.

  • 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.