He has his issues with the proposal, but on a fundamental level this broker agrees increased disclosure is a good thing
It was another feather added to the cap of the country’s largest network, one that industry professions are saying points to the strength of the industry
Tomorrow’s homebuyer is already here – millennials – and if you aren’t conducting business from a smartphone, you’ll be missing out on this every growing market of technology loving first-time buyers
As Ontario brokers hold their breath in anticipation land transfer tax changes, there is still the matter of doing the math for potential sellers and buyers
Personalized apps for mortgage brokers will be the next evolution in the mortgage channel, allowing brokers to build brand and do battle toe-to-toe with the big banks
With brokers increasingly hungry for alternative revenue streams, one industry veteran is warning colleagues about the due diligence required in presenting clients with investment opportunities
The fuss and fury homebuyers in Toronto exhibited in 2008 when the municipal land transfer tax was introduced should be repeated when it is introduced throughout province
One leading network’s bid to arm itself against legislation has inspired a debate among brokers regarding their responsibility in private deals
It may be a small victory for brokers, but CMHC’s latest rule change is a welcome decision in an era of seemingly endless mortgage rule tightening.
Anyone with a smartphone has an app that they find invaluable; one Canadian company is designing apps specifically for mortgage brokers and real estate agents.