Merix Financial news

  • Rising interest rates bad news for Vancouver homebuyers

    Last week’s fixed-rate interest hikes at major banks—as well as the likely Bank of Canada prime increase on Wednesday—could spell bad news for Vancouver house hunters

  • Where are all the women?

    In a male-dominated industry, advancement can be difficult for the growing ranks of female agents, brokers and lenders, but one woman who broke through is endeavouring to change that

  • The future of D+H and Marlborough Stirling

    Broker networks cutting out technology middle-men? That could become a reality, according to one lending veteran

  • Are you ready for a digital evolution?

    We asked one recent inductee to the Mortgage Hall of Fame where the mortgage channel was headed – and the dangers of not keeping pace

  • Fee models and broker responsibility

    Brokers who want a more lucrative fee model may have to fight for it, suggests one industry veteran.

  • Female broker-only golf tournament sells out

    Meadowbrook Golf and country club will play host to the sixth-annual Ontario Women’s Mortgage Industry Golf tournament on September 16 and the event is already sold out.

  • CMP releases complete list of nominees

    CMP magazine is sharing all of candidates for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, the most exhaustive and representative list in the awards’ celebrated history.

  • Broker urges investment over trailer fees

    The issue of trailer fees is once again sparking debate among brokers as they look to secure their financial futures in very insecure times.

  • Merix/Paradigm Quest wins new owner

    Controlling interest in Merix Financial has been sold to a large international equity firm, the lender’s CEO Boris Bozic told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, also sharing the news with employees Thursday.

  • Going exclusive

    Mortgage professionals say they’ve had enough of clients going to the bank, with broker commitment letters in hand. As Vernon Clement Jones finds out, a growing number are thinking exclusivity agreements will stop them in their tracks