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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.
The Big Story: Who owns the 'Broker' name?
Misappropriation of 'broker' by road reps is raising industry ire and concerns that mortgage specialists are capitalizing on broker reputations.
The Big Story: FirstLine who?
Brokers are still lamenting the loss of industry innovator FirstLine, but the race is increasingly on strengthen connections to other lending partners, say brokers in this episode of the Big Story
Audio file: Gary Mauris on associations
Audio file: Brokers continue to debate the role of industry associations, but Gary Mauris at Dominion Lending Centres is now weighing in for a feature in the September issue of CMP.
The Big Story: Time to reduce wait times
Reducing turnaround times for applications should be priority No. 1, say some brokers, appealing to monolines as competition moves beyond rate.
The Big Story: Protecting clients from themselves
The new mortgage rules have clients juggling their monthly debt payments to qualify, but there's real danger in getting too creative, say brokers.
The Big Story: Bigger lenders for broker channel
Proposed federal legislation would hand brokers new national lending partners, keener to use them for expansion into virgin territory.
The Big Story: New mortgage rules, new opportunities
Those new, tighter mortgage rules have a number of downsides for brokers, but are there any potential positives? Yes, they do, according to some seasoned players.
The Big Story: Upping your entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship for brokers: Brokers are schooled the ins and outs of putting together an application, but buildiing a business that separates them from the competition is often a self-taught lesson. Here's what they need to know.
The Big Story: Collateral charges
Collateral charges: They're not going away, and brokers will have to adapt, say industry professionals, but are the banks going to make it easier to deal with those onerous mortgages?