Mortgage Architects news

  • CMP releases complete list of nominees

    CMP magazine is sharing all of candidates for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, the most exhaustive and representative list in the awards’ celebrated history.

  • CMA finalists revealed

    In the first of many announcements to come, Canadian Mortgage Professional magazine is revealing the finalists in two categories for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards.

  • RBC’s Rate Match no match for brokers?

    Brokers are describing RBC’s newly launched Rate Match campaign in less than glowing terms, pointing out the exclusion of monolines as evidence of a broker’s skill at finding the best deal.

  • New monolines: The little engines that could

    An explosive fourth quarter for two growing monolines suggests smaller non-bank lenders are increasingly the little engine that could.

  • ING departure teaches hard lesson, say brokers

    Now that ING has officially left the channel, brokers remember a company that was great to work with – but also one that has taught them a valuable lesson.

  • 10-year fixed increasingly easy and lucrative sell for brokers

    Scotia has joined other lenders in presenting a special offer on 10-year fixed mortgages, widening the smiles on brokers now facing a surge in clients interested in longer terms as a hedge against the eventual spike in rates.

  • Brokers recruiting brokers

    Mortgage Architects is using its high-flying brokers to recruit other brokers, allowing them to share their success stories in an increasingly competitive market for networks.

  • MA welcomes $200m brokerage

    Mortgage Architects is the latest to welcome a high-volume team.

  • Borrowers not interested in bumping up line of credit

    Initial interest on credit unions offering HELOCs with a higher LTV than what OSFI mandates appear to have died down as some brokers report that borrowers appear satisfied with current mortgage rates offered by banks and other lenders.

  • Is MortgageBrokerNews.ca nixing anonymous comments?

    If you’re one of our many readers riled by anonymous comments on MortgageBusinessNews.ca, take cheer: a Conservative MP wants to outlaw the practice.