Mortgage Intelligence news

  • Invis-MI adds to salesforce

    Invis-Mortgage Intelligence has added two experienced mortgage professionals to its sales team, the company recently announced.

  • B-deals take different skill-set

    As lending rules are continually tightened, some brokers may look to diversify their offering by targeting clients who do not fit the typical A-type profile. However, one leading broker in this space believes it takes a whole other skill-set than more traditional deals do.

  • DLC addition hopes branding will help brokers compete with banks

    The move by a 20-year industry veteran to join a network in expansion mode may further bolster its membership.

  • CMA awards: Get your ballots in

    The Canadian Mortgage Awards are back with a focus on charity and ready to honour this year’s leading industry players. We’re also tipping our hats to the hundreds of others who have claimed trophies over the last eight years, with a retrospective on their continuing contributions to the broker channel.

  • TD snub doesn't surprise brokers

    Mortgage brokers say they understand why a TD home buying guide advises seeking out a mortgage specialist for expert advice, with no mention of its broker-partners.

  • How do you nab a flighty rate shopper?

    Rate shoppers continue to frustrate brokers, but at the same time are forcing those professionals to find new and old ways to block 11th hour defections.

  • Gord Dahlen takes on a new challenge

    Industry leader Gord Dahlen has moved from his executive position at Dominion Lending Centres, with another channel player now welcoming him into its expanding fold.

  • Broker wins channel national media attention

    Brokers: You may want to thank one of your own for giving your industry a significant plug in Canada’s largest newspaper.

  • The new $100K ceiling...

    It’s now the unspoken rule of A lenders, charge brokers: BFS clients declaring income north of $100K are quite simply persona non-grata.

  • Will brokers and Realtors ever agree?

    Brokers and Realtors are divided once again, this time over what if any impact a new plan to reduce Toronto’s land transfer tax will have on a slow real estate market.