The latest central bank decision is in – but does it align with analyst predictions?
Brokers are increasingly frustrated by lender “live deal” specials – some calling those offers little more than unproductive poaching
It may sound counterintuitive, but brokers are pointing to two key reasons why confirmation of a recession in the first half of 2015 will benefit them
A former underwriter – and current broker – believes he knows why an increasing number of deals are falling apart at the last minute
A growing number of files are being sent back by lenders with demands for additional information but with too little time to meet closing, argues one industry veteran
Brokers are increasingly frustrated by these big bank referral programs
A lawyer in one of Canada’s busiest housing markets is confirming a trend that costs some monoline clients more in legal fees, and he argues it’s up to his industry to change that
Canada’s biggest bank has released its forecast for home sales in 2015 – what can brokers expect for the rest of the year?
TV commercials and bus stop bench signs haven’t gone the way of the dinosaur, but social media is proving to be a much richer vein to mine for brokers and lenders looking to promote the business
A recent lender acquisition has renewed concerns that more amalgamation could be in store, and brokers fear it could be a big bank doing the buying