Genworth news

  • MonCana moves to cover switching costs

    There's more than one way to skin a cat and more than one way for lenders to up their appeal for brokers in an increasingly competitive market.

  • Happy New Year, BFS clients

    Ottawa's move to increase by $50-billion the amount of residential mortgages it will back through Genworth and Canada Guaranty may ultimately accrue to the benefit of alternative clients, suggest some brokers.

  • Broker: Time for channel to help subprime orphans

    Broker channel associations and lenders must lobby government on behalf of homeowners effectively orphaned by fleeing subprime lenders and blocked from switching to A lenders because of the new refi rules, said a mortgage professional grappling to keep borrowers in their homes.

  • MAC 'Super App' expands lending options

    Mortgage Alliance is making it easier for brokers to access lenders, with the launch of a new “Super App” module for its MortgageBOSS. The one-step program allows brokers to input application details, electronically canvass top broker lenders for “the best fit” and, with the push of a button, send it off to one of those lenders.

  • Genworth moves down the Street

    Street Capital has added Genworth as a default insurer, a move, says the lender, in response to broker requests.

  • myNext moves to fill Macquarie/Concentra funding gap

    Lender myNext Mortgage Company is now extending its reach outside Mortgage Architects and MortgageBrokers.com to the rest of the broker channel, its CEO suggesting the move will help fill the funding gap left by two recent lender defections.

  • Brokers re-thinking Internet lead-generation strategy

    Brokers looking to generate leads from the Internet may ultimately find it easier and, indeed, cheaper to hand the job to one of a growing number of online referral agents, suggest brokers now winning as much as a 50-percent conversion rate. Still, even then, success largely depends on one thing: rate.

  • Winners announced at 2011 Canadian Mortgage Awards

    Winners at the 2011 Canadian Mortgage Awards cut a wide swath across the industry, with Albertans leading the charge against Ontario dominance at the ICICI Bank-sponsored event.

  • Canadian Mortgage Awards winners set to be announced

    The votes are in and now it’s only two days until the winners of the 2011 Canadian Mortgage Awards, sponsored by ICICI Bank, are announced.

  • Broker Network of the Year finalists announced

    This year’s Canadian Mortgage Awards will have some added excitement as the Mortgage Broker Network of the Year will be presented for the first time.