Verico news

  • Mortgage product gives buyers the chance to win

    One leading network’s “Purchase Plus Improvement” mortgage product gives clients access to up to $40,000 for home renovations which is rolled into the payments. And as part of the product, one lucky couple took home $5,000 to help renovate their home.

  • CMA Twitter highlights

    For those who missed the annual Canadian Mortgage Awards, your colleagues have you covered with a comprehensive Twitter recap, using the hashtag #2014CMA – check out some of the evening’s best Tweets.

  • Brokers lambast IG offering

    News broke Tuesday that Investors Group had launched an unprecedented mortgage product but brokers have already poked holes in the offering.

  • Repeat performances mark Canadian Mortgage Awards

    The success of the annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards roared across Toronto’s Liberty Grand Friday with over 600 attendees recognizing the industry’s top players – among them an unprecedented number of repeat winners.

  • Mortgage Summit a big success

    CMP’s Top 75 were unveiled – for the first time ever – live at the Mortgage Summit in Toronto on Thursday and the event is being heralded, by Vernon Jones, editor of CMP, as a great way to mark broker successes with the appropriate fanfare.

  • No such thing as 'employee pricing' mortgages?

    The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) made headlines Tuesday with its “employee pricing" mortgage offering but brokers are far from convinced that such a product exists.

  • Networks prepare brokers for anti-spam law

    Networks – and at least one broker association -- are stepping up to help their broker partners prepare for the upcoming anti-spam legislation.

  • Networks to crack down on brokers' side businesses?

    The case of a recently deceased mortgage broker who is accused of committing fraud may trigger a shift among broker networks when it comes to allowing its brokers to operate independent MICs.

  • Broker welcomes news coverage and competition

    Brokers are often frustrated by the amount of media attention paid to the mortgage industry – and specifically, the big banks’ ever-looming sub three per cent offerings – but one player uses it to educate clients.

  • President of O'Leary Ventures offers explanation

    MortgageBrokerNews.ca spoke with the president of O’Leary Ventures who explained the decision behind shutting the doors on O’Leary Mortgages.