Mortgage Architects news

  • ING departure teaches hard lesson, say brokers

    Now that ING has officially left the channel, brokers remember a company that was great to work with – but also one that has taught them a valuable lesson.

  • 10-year fixed increasingly easy and lucrative sell for brokers

    Scotia has joined other lenders in presenting a special offer on 10-year fixed mortgages, widening the smiles on brokers now facing a surge in clients interested in longer terms as a hedge against the eventual spike in rates.

  • Brokers recruiting brokers

    Mortgage Architects is using its high-flying brokers to recruit other brokers, allowing them to share their success stories in an increasingly competitive market for networks.

  • MA welcomes $200m brokerage

    Mortgage Architects is the latest to welcome a high-volume team.

  • Association beefs up membership

    The country’s newest mortgage broker association has spent its first few weeks beefing up membership rolls, setting an ambitious target for its fast approaching first quarter.

  • myNext takes on new name

    A rose by any other name is just as sweet, but does the same apply to a lender?

  • Kelly Neuber joins Invis/MI

    Invis and Mortgage Intelligence announced that Kelly Neuber will be joining their senior management team as vice-president of marketing.

  • Murphy: Ontario could lose 1,830 brokers at re-licensing

    Forget eight per cent. CAAMP President Jim Murphy is suggesting Ontario could lose as much as 15 per cent of its brokers and agents with new re-licensing requirements, effectively erasing gains made since the last major cull.

  • Agent: Re-licensing could cull broker numbers by 10%

    Re-licensing requirements for Ontario could instantly decrease the number of mortgage professionals by as much as 10 per cent said a new agent, although the loss of young entrants discouraged by the slow economy and tight market may be a good thing.

  • Haditaghi explains CEO search

    Company founder Alex Haditaghi personally identified Ron Swift as the man to lead Pacific Mortgage Group to the “next level” as far back as eight months ago, he told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, with his decision to step down from the CEO post, in fact, ending a year-long search.