Mortgage Architects news

  • Mortgage pie keeps getting smaller: brokers

    The announcement Mortgage Architects has now acquired Argentum is strong indication the mortgage pie is getting smaller, and more mergers and acquisitions are on the horizon, say brokers.

  • Size matters in brokering - Swift

    Stay tuned, brokers, says Pacific Mortgage Group CEO Ron Swift on the heels of the Argentum acquisition, network consolidation will undoubtedly continue as companies struggle to achieve scale.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Mortgage Architects acquires Argentum

    MortgageBrokerNews.ca has just learned that Mortgage Architects has acquired Argentum Mortgage and Finance.

  • Lenders slowly returning to southwest Ontario

    When the recession hit, brokers turned to the B lenders to bridge the gap during the lean years.

  • Alice Chan & MA part ways

    After almost seven years as senior VP, Alice Chan and Mortgage Architects have parted ways.

  • ING takeover boosts Scotia’s earnings

    Scotia’s acquisition of ING Direct may have been a blow to the broker channel, but it gave a much-needed boost to the big bank’s second-quarter net income earnings.

  • Top 75 brokers share their recipe for success

    Implementing the best business strategies may seem obvious, but many brokers fail to take advantage of what works while discarding what doesn’t.

  • CMA winners defy rough market

    The 8th-annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards went off with a bang at Toronto’s Liberty Grand Friday with over 600 attendees recognizing industry players who’ve soared above a turbulent real estate market

  • More than a numbers game

    Mortgage Architects is looking beyond volume, beyond numbers, says CEO Ron Swift, shared his calculations with CMP’s Donald Horne

  • The cost of blind faith in a bank

    The case of an ill woman coming close to losing her home because of a bank oversight has highlighted the value-add of brokers over branch representatives, argue channel veterans.