Mortgage Intelligence news

  • Always answer that phone

    Rakhi Madan has only been in the industry for seven years but she’s a staple on CMP’s top broker lists and won her first Canadian Mortgage Award earlier this year

  • Lenders of choice for Airbnb properties

    As most brokers already know, fixing a mortgage for an Airbnb property is a tall order, but it can be done

  • GM plant shutdown could slow market

    News that the General Motors plant in Oshawa will be slashing jobs by next year doesn’t bode well for the small city east of Toronto, where the real estate market could consequently slow down

  • Mortgage Architects announces new VP

    The award-winning full-service brokerage is proud to announce Lisa Valade as Vice President, Ontario

  • Allowing for bias

    The industry must take steps to keep commissions from being a factor in brokers’ decision-making process, writes Jason Armstrong

  • Game changer

    Since founding the M3 Group in 2015, Luc Bernard has grown it into one of the largest mortgage networks in the country

  • The buddy system

    Brokers counselling first-time buyers need to consider new alternatives to help them land the home of their dreams, writes Matthew O’Neil

  • Point of difference

    David Hetti of Mortgage Intelligence talks to CMP about the power of marketing and why it’s more important than ever for brokers to differentiate themselves

  • Newcomer sweeps industry by storm, builds largest conglomerate

    As founder, chairman and CEO of Canada’s largest mortgage network M3 Group, Luc Bernard has built a formidable organization, to say the least.

  • Here's how investors can pass the stress test

    Real estate investors typically pay higher interest rates than end-users, and now they have the mortgage stress test to contend with. Fortunately, one prominent broker shared a few tips to help investor clients pass the stress test