• Skate of Mind

    There’s nothing broker Leagh Wright would rather do than lace up and get out on the ice

  • Beast in the East

    Whether it’s for his many awards, his TV appearances or the sheer number of mortgages he’s funded in Halifax, Clinton Wilkins is becoming increasingly well known as Atlantic Canada’s top broker

  • Always answer that phone

    Rakhi Madan has only been in the industry for seven years but she’s a staple on CMP’s top broker lists and won her first Canadian Mortgage Award earlier this year

  • Mortgages and marketing go hand-in-hand

    When Matrix Mortgage Global launched in 2008, the world was in the throes of the Great Recession and the mortgage landscape was far from propitious, but that didn’t matter to the brokerage’s founder, president and CEO

  • RiverRock rolls out competitive suite of products

    On the cusp of another high season in the real estate industry, RiverRock Mortgage Investment Corporation has some competitive products on offer.

  • 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