Outside of the office, Jerry Schindelheim can most often be found gliding down a river
Make your voice heard
The data shows that young Canadians are the most affected by mortgage qualification policy changes – and it’s time for mortgage brokers to do something about it, writes Paul Taylor
Is Canadians’ debt reaching a breaking point?
Household debt levels in this country continue to rise - but how much debt is too much?
When she’s not closing deals, Corinna Smith-Gatke is donning the chains of office to preside over Leeds and the Thousand Islands
Leveraging the point of difference
The broker channel has become a force to be reckoned with – and now it’s up to brokers continue to deliver value, writes Lisa Pellerin
Good leadership: When to go for ‘good enough’ rather than perfect
While working on a task or project, we may think what we’re working on isn’t good enough. Our culture is so focused on achievement, success and making things perfect, that striving for perfection is something we may have known for much of our lives
Are brokers who sold Fortress mortgages culpable?
In the twisted tale of Fortress Real Developments, should brokers bear any blame for selling the syndicated mortgages?
Mortgage agent Adam Stapley feels most at home on the back of a horse
Time for stress test relief
One year after implementing the stress test, OSFI needs to analyze its impact on the marketplace and consider the damage done, writes Darren Robinson
Will high household debt lead to an increase in mortgage fraud?
As Canadians’ debt-to-income ratio continues to rise, will that lead homeowners to desperate measures?