Enough is enough, says one broker who is calling for government intervention for foreigner investors in the wake of one bank’s slackening rules for those clients
The MBABC has started a petition with the hope of derailing an updated legislation interpretation around disclosure of fees, citing lack of consultation with the industry
Interest rates – and in particular mortgage rates – can’t go any lower, and the growth of lending may have peaked, says one industry analyst
Deals falling apart at the last minute have hindered brokers, but mortgagebrokernews.ca may have just found the case that typifies broker frustration
The condo picture in Canada’s hottest market is bright despite data that seems to point to the contrary; and one broker hopes this will help lead to more liberal lending for those types of properties
Lenders are making it harder for clients to qualify for mortgages out West
Interest rates – and in particular mortgage rates – can’t go any lower, and the growth of lending has peaked or is close to peaking, says one industry analyst.
One broker’s lament about lack of options for second mortgages has created a stir among the community
One mortgage broker is calling on lender partners to provide a better option for this one type of client
A number of government agencies have revealed they will start keeping closer tabs on private mortgages but do brokers think that’s necessary?