TD Canada Trust news

  • Newcomers to be honoured at CMAs

    The mortgage broker industry has its fair share of regular faces; the old guard who have been leaders for years. Each year, however, a new crop of up-and-coming, ambitious professionals emerge and some of them will take home Canadian Mortgage Awards for their efforts. These are our finalists in a number of “newcomer” categories.

  • Meet the CMA judges

    Meet our panel of expert judges for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards

  • TD snub doesn't surprise brokers

    Mortgage brokers say they understand why a TD home buying guide advises seeking out a mortgage specialist for expert advice, with no mention of its broker-partners.

  • RBC now raises special fixed rate

    RBC is one again leading the push to higher fixed rates, taking its “special” 5 year rate to a hefty 3.69 per cent, effective Wednesday.

  • New Canadians a vast potential market for brokers

    A recent TD Canada Trust poll shows that 87 per cent of immigrants did not know how to apply for a mortgage in their first three months in the country – and that knowledge gap provides a prime opportunity for mortgage brokers to fill.

  • Big banks increase special discounted rates

    Interest rates continue to go up – and this time, it is Scotiabank and RBC following TD Canada Trust by announcing increases to special discounted rates.

  • 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.

  • Brokers applauding Marketplace investigation

    Brokers are applauding CBC’s Marketplace for its investigation of collateral charges at a major Canadian bank.

  • Brokers wary of TD consolidation

    TD has moved to consolidate BDM services for its prime and alternative lending divisions – something brokers are worried could cost them future business.

  • Rising condo fees cool market for brokers

    While tougher mortgage rules have rekindled interest in condos, rising fees coupled with first-time buyer fears have limited the ability of brokers to capitalize on it.