A mortgage professional and a lawyer present their reasons for why this controversial product should or shouldn’t be peddled by mortgage professionals
One broker lays out how a fee-based model might look like for the mortgage brokers, but is it a shift the industry should consider?
The announcement of a joint Guidance Note for Canadian valuation professionals brings together two standards of practice that have traditionally run parallel to one another.
Brokers fear resurgence of high interest loans in wake of refinance LTV limits.
The Crown Corporation reiterates its dedication to determining prevalence of foreign investment on the heels of additional critics questioning data gaps.
One brokerage has made a rapid rise to the top of the mortgage scene in Canada, and one broker attributes that success to a few simple things.
Business etiquette is still a vital consideration for 21st century brokers, and the way you conduct yourself at work can have a huge effect on how successful you are.
Lenders are backlogged, creating a delay in offering commitment letters and brokers are frustrated as a result.
The government must clear up confusion about what is and isn’t a “grow-op,” warns a broker concerned healthy properties are getting pulled up with the weeds.
More homeowners may be proactive in reducing their mortgage debt, but it appears they are doing so at the expense of saving for retirement.
Brokers credit their expertise and value add for helping them win back market share, but one lender is warning that the big banks are now utilizing similar tactics.