People

  • Mentor to clients and agents

    Daniel Johanis bounced around before becoming a broker—he worked for large banks preparing financial reports, he worked in the automotive field, and most recently ran a downtown Toronto tea bar

  • Free agent fields offers

    Camille Robotham has a unique perspective on brokering mortgages

  • Unicorn in a field of horses

    The mortgage industry might not be an old boys’ club any more, but it can do more to foster diversity and inclusion. Magical Unicorn Project founder Kyra Wong is ensuring it does

  • Is it time to call Canadian real estate "a bubble?"

    Is calling Canada’s real estate phenomenon "a bubble" accurate?

  • The tech guru

    Home Trust’s Ed Karthaus knew technology would help define his future, and now he’s teaching brokers how it will define theirs

  • Raising the bar for private lenders

    Since co-founding Canadian Mortgages Inc. 14 years ago, Bryan Jaskolka has made great strides in revamping the private lending landscape

  • A developer’s dream

    As co-founder of First Source Mortgage Corporation, David Mandel has helped finance many of the towers that are emblematic of Toronto’s rise

  • Taking the reins

    With more than two decades of experience in the industry, Eddy Cocciollo is well prepared for his new role as president of one of Canada’s largest mortgage networks

  • The multipronged business plan

    If the housing market is in the doldrums, nobody’s told Mortgage Partners Corporation

  • Vancouver in doldrums

    Vancouver has seen better days, according to local mortgage broker Iain Macfadyen