Ron De Silva news

  • Broker ensnarled by REDX error

    A Toronto broker wants the same high standards currently applied to mortgage brokers placed on REDX reporting – having herself fallen victim to an apparent case of mistaken identity.

  • REDX addresses AMP questions

    The company behind REDX is now answering a question CAAMP has been slow to, asserting the association does not directly file incident reports on brokers who drop the AMP designation.

  • Network head raises concerns about REDX, AMP

    No one less than a network head is warning mortgage professionals across the country after finding four REDX reports attached to his own name, specifically tied to his AMP designation.

  • The Big Story: Attracting new agents

    Brokers have been hiring new agents from time immemorial, but new pressures around commission splits and training are adding to the challenge. At the CMP Mortgage Summit, The Big Story spoke to industry veterans Gord Dahlen, of Dominion Lending Centres, and Ron De Silva, from RMAI Financial Group for their take on the issue.

  • Young college grads flocking to industry

    Lifestyle and income potential are helping the industry attract an increasing number of university grads fresh out of school, despite a slowing real estate market, growing competition with the banks and a decline in mortgage-specialist defections, according to RMAI CEO Ron De Silva, hitting on the trend during the company’s aggressive recruitment campaign.

  • Superbrokers: Growing through Technology

    CMP recently polled national broker networks across Canada to uncover what they offer their brokers – everything from compensation to training to ancillary services. Here are the results