Verico news

  • CMA preview: A roundup of categories

    Nominations for the Canadian Mortgage Awards (CMA) are now open and here is a quick glimpse at some of the awards you can now vote on.

  • Broker calls for unity among brokerages

    The hot debate continues after one industry player used MortgageBrokerNews.ca to propose a broker-run organization modelled after the Canadian Chamber of Commerce; and despite the many naysayers, one broker thinks he’s now come up with a workable implementation strategy.

  • CAAMP announces list of reps

    CAAMP recently released its roster of representatives for the upcoming two year term and one elected broker hopes to continue the tradition of giving brokers a national voice.

  • New broker doesn't last long as independent

    For new mortgage brokers, joining a large broker network may be the way to go – as the connections and guidance can help rookies sharpen their skills in an increasingly competitive industry.

  • Brokers may want to hop on the fastest-growing social media platform

    Just when you have Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook finally figured out, recent data may convince you to add another social media platform to your marketing repertoire: Pinterest.

  • Leading brokers discuss loyalty agreements

    Leading brokers discussed MortgagBrokerNews.ca’s latest Big Story at their weekly Canadian Mortgage Hangout and opinions diverged when it comes to loyalty agreements; an issue moderator Jackson Middleton considered “contentious… with a lot of different opinions”.

  • Brokers react to National Bank compensation changes

    National Bank announced changes to the compensation structure of its broker services this week and broker opinions diverge among those who say they won’t be affected and those who feel it will impact their decision to use the bank’s services.

  • Canada’s Top 100 investor neighbourhoods revealed

    For brokers looking to encourage their property investor clients into the marketplace, this may be the tool you need.

  • Flaherty threatens action

    Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says he will step in to intervene once more if the housing market appears to move toward a bubble.

  • Expert panelists eye future rate climbs

    It’s by no means over and the fat lady hasn’t sung. Mortgage rates will indeed continue to climb headed into October, argues an expert panel assembled by RateSupermarket.ca.