Credit rationing and higher interest rates might help cool down Canada’s real estate markets, a leading economist says
Business strategist Michael Harrison shares five tips for keeping your business at the cutting edge
A leading broker offers his take on the popular movie about the housing collapse in the United States – and how Canada’s mortgage industry differs from the “Wild West” that led to that collapse
A growing segment of the population represents a boon in business for brokers as the economy continues to sputter
Here is a hidden source of clients you may have overlooked
Confident condo investors believe the good times will roll on in these two major markets.
One alternative lending executive believes he has the answer for brokers looking to gain the competitive advantage in alt-lending.
While the industry continues to chime in about the interest rate cut and its impact on all sorts of homebuyers, investor clients are finding themselves left out in the cold by the banks.
After fifteen years of investing in rental properties – many of those years we purchased as many as ten houses – I’ve always wondered why more mortgage brokers weren’t focused on helping real estate investors.
Brokers have gained another "national lender."