Mortgage Architects news

  • CMP Top 50 Brokers list announced

    2010 was a good year for Canadian mortgage professionals. Just check the numbers.

  • myNext moves to fill Macquarie/Concentra funding gap

    Lender myNext Mortgage Company is now extending its reach outside Mortgage Architects and MortgageBrokers.com to the rest of the broker channel, its CEO suggesting the move will help fill the funding gap left by two recent lender defections.

  • Brokers welcome freeze on mortgage rule changes

    Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is offering brokers a respite from any new mortgage rule changes like those introduced in March, suggesting he’s happy with slowing demand stemming from those spring amendments.

  • Ord's contributions to MA 'recognized'

    The president of Pacific Mortgage Group is publicly acknowledging the contributions of Mortgage Architects founder Bob Ord, at the same time expressing confidence in the team and corporate “culture” he left behind.

  • Pacific Mortgage Group riding high on Profit

    One of the broker channel’s biggest players – Pacific Mortgage Group – is now looming large on the national scene, with PROFIT magazine naming it the second most rapidly expanding company in Canada.

  • Industry Veteran: Broker ranks will thin

    A slowing, yet increasingly competitive Canadian market will not only cull the number of new entrants to the broker industry but thin the existing ranks by as much as 5 per cent, a veteran mortgage professional told MortgageBrokerNews.ca.

  • Canadian First brings financial advisory services within reach

    Canadian First Financial Centres will now extend its financial and insurance advisory services to retail brokers outside of the dedicated in-house model it launched in 2009.

  • Pacific Mortgage Group bids to buy Invis

    Pacific Mortgage Group -- parent of Mortgage Architects Inc. and myNext Mortgage -- has now taken its bid for Invis directly to the company’s shareholders, a move likely meant to circumvent board opposition. And Invis responds.

  • Security Breach: What brokers are doing to guard their clients' privacy

    In the wake of client privacy breaches of mortgage brokers a few years ago, the industry has improved security measures. John Tenpenny found out what some brokerages and brokers are doing to ensure the personal information of mortgage broker clients isn’t compromised

  • Trailer fee model earns respect from broker community

    There are only two Canadian lenders offering the trailer fee option to brokers, but the trend appears to be gaining. CMP gets feedback on this compensation and looks at more lenders possibly jumping on board