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Brokers to Lenders: Listen
Brokers are relying on CMP's Brokers on Lenders survey as a primary platform to share their concerns and their compliments.
Video transcript below:
Richard Samuels, Obsidian
Richard Samuels: This year I will be filling out the brokers and lenders sentiment portal, because I believe that there are very mediums that allow brokers to express their voice. The world is changing every day and lenders are a big part of that change, making new products and new solutions for us to sell every day. This sentiment portal allows us to express our voice against that change. That’s why I fill it up.
Benefit from BMO's 2.99
Brokers weren't impressed by BMO's 2.99 per cent on its 5-year no-friller, says Centum's Paul Therien, but the offer has highlighted the need to provide clients both rate and expertise.
Bringing client communication in focus
It's not an option, rather a necessity. Still, many brokers haven't yet developed an effective strategy for communicating with clients, says marketing coach Claire Drage, a speaker for the upcoming Mortgage Summit.
The Big Story: Lead generation tuneup
All brokers make a claim to have the best lead-generation strategy going, but many could use a spring tuneup, according to experts Claire Drage of The Lion's Share Group and Calum Ross of Calum Ross Mortgage.
Calum Ross takes on rate sites
There's nothing inherently wrong with rate sites, says top-performer Calum Ross, but they may obscure the other, arguably better ways a professional brokers can save clients money.
The Big Story: Bracing for another battle of the mortgage rules
Brokers continue to grapple with those new tighter mortgage rules and lending guidelines, but can they expect any more for 2013? Jemima Codrington reports, and answers that question.
The Big Story: The future of condo originations
The Bank of Canada is sounding the same concerns as the federal government about the future of the condo market for buyers but also brokers.
The Big Story: Broker defections
Brokers and, indeed, brokerages are increasingly on the move from one network to another. But marketing and not rate may be the strongest pull factor. Find out why.
The Big Story: Broker welcomes O'Leary
Brokers have registered a number of concerns about Kevin O`Leary`s business model. Still, some think he may help brokers, reports Jemima Codrington, from Toronto.
The Big Story: Brokers endorse Emili
Brokers say consumers and lenders benefit from Emili despite criticisms that CMHC`s automated system routinely overvalues properties.