Mortgage Architects news

  • 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.

  • Brokers: Keep Emili

    Any move away from automated valuation – and toward appraisers – could hurt clients, say brokers, anticipating fallout from a media report suggesting CMHC’s system inflates home prices.

  • Association beefs up membership

    The country’s newest mortgage broker association has spent its first few weeks beefing up membership rolls, setting an ambitious target for its fast approaching first quarter.

  • myNext takes on new name

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

  • Kelly Neuber joins Invis/MI

    Invis and Mortgage Intelligence announced that Kelly Neuber will be joining their senior management team as vice-president of marketing.

  • Murphy: Ontario could lose 1,830 brokers at re-licensing

    Forget eight per cent. CAAMP President Jim Murphy is suggesting Ontario could lose as much as 15 per cent of its brokers and agents with new re-licensing requirements, effectively erasing gains made since the last major cull.