Dan Eisner news

  • True North answers critics

    True North’s 2.99 per cent offer was in no way a “loss leader,” says the company’s owner, suggesting it’s leading sales in markets where offered.

  • Lender paperwork frustrates brokers, lawyers

    A leading broker is asking channel lenders to look at standardizing their instructing documents for lawyers, a way of easing the headache for legal and mortgage professionals, alike, but also creating a competitive edge for the industry.

  • And the Top 10 brokers are...

    The top 10 brokers on this year’s CMP Top 50 Brokers list, really upped their game in 2010. Nine of them topped the $100-million mark, with the top three going over $200 million, including the No. 1 broker...

  • Growing number of brokers look to salaried positions

    A brokerage hawking salaried positions instead of tried-and-true commissions is pointing to a slowing market to explain a significant increase in the number of brokers jumping at the opportunity.

  • Canadian Mortgage Awards winners set to be announced

    The votes are in and now it’s only two days until the winners of the 2011 Canadian Mortgage Awards, sponsored by ICICI Bank, are announced.

  • Broker of the Year finalists announced

    It’s going to be a special night April 29th for two brokers, as they will receive the honour of being named Mortgage Broker of the Year at the fifth annual Canadian Mortgage Awards.

  • True North opens office in Halifax

    True North Mortgage saw its number of offices grow to four with the opening of a location in Halifax this week.

  • Some submissions for Top 50 Brokers missed

    As everyone knows there was a glitch in this year’s Top 50 Survey and some submissions were missed. One of those missed was Dan Eisner from True North Mortgage in Calgary. His total funded volume for 2009 was $136,533,952.

  • "This is the bottom" for fixed and variable mortgage rates: industry panel

    RateSupermarket.ca announced the formation of its monthly mortgage rate outlook panel, which gathered industry experts to comment on the short-term mortgage rate outlook for variable and fixed rate mortgages