Among strong fundamentals is a growing class of skilled immigrants
The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) announced Friday it is axing two of its insurance programs, signalling to brokers that the era of rule tightening isn’t quite over.
The case of a recently deceased mortgage broker who is accused of committing fraud may trigger a shift among broker networks when it comes to allowing its brokers to operate independent MICs.
Following a survey that found Canadians prefer fixed-rate mortgages over variable rates, one broker believes consumers may be “misinformed.”
Profits are shrinking and brokers are paring down their support staff, according to one head whose network is poised to announce a big acquisition in May.
B2B Bank announced Thursday it has expanded its product offering to include two new alternative lending programs designed for clients who do not fit into traditional income profiles.
He had Leonardo DiCaprio tell his story in the smash hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street, and now the real deal Jordan Belfort has emerged from the dust of his crooked ways to cash in.
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.