Mortgage fraud is being overblown, according to industry professionals in reaction to a Globe and Mail investigation into the growing trend of “fraud for shelter” cases
One broker has encountered a law firm that refuses outright to work with monoline files, but that didn’t stop him from getting the deal done
Many nearing retirement will soon have greater access to RRSPs in order to stave off reposition and avoid the kind of last-minute refinance deals that often frustrate brokers
The news that Dominion Lending Centres is launching its own insurance company has been met with support from brokers pointing to a number of ways they’re likely to benefit
The latest central bank decision is in – but does it align with analyst predictions?
A lawyer in one of Canada’s busiest housing markets is confirming a trend that costs some monoline clients more in legal fees, and he argues it’s up to his industry to change that
Frustrations mount that the banks aren’t passing the entire savings onto their clients in the wake of another axed benchmark rate.
Stingy – that’s how brokers may characterize the 10 bps drop by banks yesterday, and leaving the door open to monolines.
Broker dismisses “shadow” lending talk as “nonsense”.
What effect will one major mortgage insurer’s new guidelines have for brokers and their clients?