Mortgage Intelligence news

  • Are banks telling clients to rate shop?

    One broker was surprised when a potential client admitted that a bank suggested he shop around for a better rate … and that the bank would beat it.

  • Former banker sees advantage in RBC’s new bank fees

    One former banker – and current broker – believes recent changes at RBC will sway more clients to choose brokers over the banks.

  • New org draws comparisons to similar successful entity

    The verdict is still out for some, but many brokers are applauding the launch of a unified broker association being compared to the nation’s Realtor organization.

  • Final CMA finalists announced

    The largest awards ceremony in the industry is quickly approaching, and we’ve got your final list of nominees, including brokerage, broker, and network of the year.

  • CMA finalist rollout continues

    The annual Canadian Mortgage Awards are set for May 22 at the Liberty Grand in Toronto and we’re continuing our finalist announcements.

  • CMAs to include new award category

    With the CMAs just around the corner, we are continuing to roll out our list of finalists, including those who are up for the brand new “Diversifyer of the year” category.

  • More CMA finalists announced

    The second round of CMA finalists has been revealed – have you made the cut?

  • CMA finalists announced

    The annual Canadian Mortgage Awards are set for May 22 at the Liberty Grand in Toronto and we’ve got your first set of finalists.

  • Brokers applaud FSCO, but is it enough?

    Brokers often call for more regulatory oversight to help weed out unethical professionals and one recent update from FSCO has been met with positive reactions. But some brokers believe more can be done in other areas of focus.

  • Product requires work but is worth it, say brokers

    Purchase plus improvement mortgages are becoming more popular among brokers and although they may require a good deal of work, industry professionals share their tips on getting the deal done.