Dominion Lending Centres news

  • The Real Deal: Gary Mauris

    The president of Dominion Lending Centres Inc. has a limitless energy that he injects into every part of his life. Heather Li explores what fuels Gary Mauris’s drive

  • Superbrokers: Growing through Technology

    CMP recently polled national broker networks across Canada to uncover what they offer their brokers – everything from compensation to training to ancillary services. Here are the results

  • Brokering in the east has its unique challenges

    A look at the mortgage market in Atlantic Canada and what the differences may be compared to other parts of the nation, by Heather Li

  • Relationship Makers: A review of the industry's CRMs

    All brokers need to organize their client contacts to keep in touch. And every brokerage tries to provide its agents with the best. Heather Li explores the industry’s CRM programs

  • Facebook: Your New Calling Card

    Online social networking sites, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, have exploded over the past year. Heather Li shows how brokers use these tools to market to a bigger, broader audience

  • A Brave New World: How technology is changing the industry

    While many have begun to move with technology as it drives businesses forward with new innovations and devices, others have dug in their heels, holding on to a nostalgic idea of an industry that once was. Increasingly, the days of paper applications and fax machines are nearing extinction, and for those who aren’t using today’s technology, they may be too. In this article, Shane Buckingham takes a look at how using the latest tools and technology has changed the industry as a whole and how it has helped those who’ve been able to capitalize on it

  • DLC signs Don Cherry for new fall TV ads

    Dominion Lending Centres has signed on Canadian hockey commentator Don Cherry for its new TV commercials, launching September 2010.

  • Women want it all and are getting it

    Women have been entering the mortgage industry in increasing numbers and are racking up the sales. CMP examines this growing trend and compares the way women contribute to the success of the industry

  • The Pros and Cons of Broker Hubs

    As lenders increase their minimum volume requirements and efficiency ratios, mortgage brokers are pooling their office deals to take advantage of favourable fees and to continue their relationship with preferred lenders. Gina Monaco takes a look at the pros and cons of this growing trend.

  • Simply the Best

    The fourth annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards could almost be named the Oscars for the mortgage industry, where the best of the best came out to celebrate and share their success among their esteemed colleagues; and focus on a bigger and brighter future