In light of the Globe and Mail's explosive story revealing how drug money from the fentanyl trade is being laundered through Vancouver real estate with money provided by private mortgage lenders, there are concerns that the issue has been misrepresented
Brokers are often frustrated by the amount of media attention paid to the mortgage industry – and specifically, the big banks’ ever-looming sub three per cent offerings – but one player uses it to educate clients.
REMIC is offering a free two hour session to help mortgage brokers prepare themselves for the upcoming anti-spam law.
Another truly independent brokerage head is offering his take on what remain the real advantages of working outside of a network. His analysis may surprise you.
The death of an Ontario broker has sparked allegations of fraud from mortgage investors.
Buyers in Canada's most-talked markets saw sales climb dramatically in August as they struggled to purchase before mortgage rates edged upward.
Truly independent brokerages are an increasingly rare breed in the broker channel, with CMP now highlighting their accomplishments and, indeed, their tenacity.
Brokers may be touting the advantages of variable-rate mortgages but more and more Canadians believe fixed rate options are preferable in the current environment.
The Canadian Mortgage Summit will feature some of Canada's top brokers who will explain new and niche methods brokers are employing to further their outreach.
One broker is preparing for an influx of business prior to the official implementation of OSFI’s Guideline B-21 Residential Mortgage Insurance Underwriting Practices and Procedures.
ScotiaBank delivered some less-than-optimistic news to mortgage brokers and those who depend on the housing industry for their livelihood.