Radius news

  • More than a numbers game

    Mortgage Architects is looking beyond volume, beyond numbers, says CEO Ron Swift, shared his calculations with CMP’s Donald Horne

  • Radius launches broker loyalty program

    A rising lender in the channel has launched a loyalty program for brokers, tying new minimum volume requirements to a slew of value-adds for its best partners.

  • New monolines: The little engines that could

    An explosive fourth quarter for two growing monolines suggests smaller non-bank lenders are increasingly the little engine that could.

  • Rate transcends network lines

    An increasing number of brokers seem prepared to cross “network lines” to get to new lenders, with agents outside the Pacific Mortgage Group expressing interest in Radius’s 2.94 per cent offer.

  • Do I hear 2.94 per cent?

    Radius Financial formally introduced its RateWise Mortgage Monday, pointing to both its 2.94 per cent on a five-year term and its more restrictive prepayment allowances.

  • Product News - November 2012

    A bite-sized guide to the industry`s newst products as they come down the channel.

  • Bob Ord: A trail of innovation

    Bob Ord doesn’t mince words and he doesn’t often give interviews. Here’s an exception to the second and, thankfully, not the first.

  • FirstLine BDMs to brokers: Thank you!

    Now-former BDMs for FirstLine are thanking brokers for an overwhelming show of support as they continue with job searches in an increasingly “iffy” market.

  • The ties that bind

    One of the keys to putting together a successful mortgage deal rests with the ability to build strong relationships with lenders. CMP spoke to this year’s group of finalists for the Canadian Mortgage Awards’ Best Lender BDM to gain some insight into this crucial partnership

  • Broker channel clinches 4 spots on Profit 200

    Broker Channel companies are all over the Profit 200 – with four of the industry’s highfliers winging their way to the top half of the list honouring Canada’s fastest growing companies.