Mortgage Intelligence news

  • Canada's best mortgage professionals honoured

    Westerners challenged Ontario dominance at the 2012 Canadian Mortgage Awards Friday, the industry celebrating that excellence in Roarin’ 20s style at Toronto’s historic Carlu.

  • Bob Ord takes the helm at Invis–Mortgage Intelligence

    Invis-Mortgage Intelligence announced today that industry veteran Bob Ord has been appointed CEO for the company.

  • Alberta Invis-MI brokers react to reported rift with TD

    Alberta mortgage professionals with one of the country’s biggest broker networks say they’re hoping for a speedy resolution to an apparent dispute with TD, resulting in their restricted access to the lender.

  • Brokers: Time for mono-lines to eat refi fees

    It’s increasingly apparent all mono-lines will have little choice but to cover legal and appraisal costs for refis, argue leading Toronto agents, billing it as essential to satisfying clients – now inundated with no-fee offers from the banks.

  • 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.

  • Bob Ord returns to broker channel

    He’s back... Mortgage industry veteran Bob Ord will now lead a newly-formed MIC – focusing on non-conforming residential lending.

  • Lender paperwork frustrates brokers, lawyers

    A leading broker is asking channel lenders to look at standardizing their instructing documents for lawyers, a way of easing the headache for legal and mortgage professionals, alike, but also creating a competitive edge for the industry.

  • And the Top 10 brokers are...

    The top 10 brokers on this year’s CMP Top 50 Brokers list, really upped their game in 2010. Nine of them topped the $100-million mark, with the top three going over $200 million, including the No. 1 broker...

  • 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.

  • Toronto brokers defy CMHC projections

    Toronto home sales – and, indeed, its brokers – are bucking CMHC projections for a “slower spring,” pointing to year-over-year growth more than doubt those conservative estimates.