Appraisal demands undermine brokers
An increasing number of brokers are seeing exponential growth in the number of deals mortgage insurers are sending back for appraisal, a move they argue is costing clients valuable time and possibly themselves valuable credibility.
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.
Who will be Employer of Choice for 2013?
CMP magazine is revealing another list of finalists for the upcoming Canadian Mortgage Awards, featuring names as popular as they are professional.
New partnerships ramps up TMG arsenal
A new partnership with a respected leasing company is set to better position TMG The Mortgage Group in an increasingly competitive market for national players.
TMG ranks 6th in top 20 companies to work for in BC
TMG The Mortgage Group Canada ranked number six among this year’s list of 20 best companies to work for in British Columbia compiled by BCBusiness Magazine.
Brokers: More mortgage rule changes may be necessary
A surprising number of brokers are echoing the sentiments of a leading bank economist, suggesting the government would and should ratchet down mortgage rules yet again – but only if consumer debt levels creep back up and only if they’re phased in.
Broker: Gov't has left the refi building
New quarterly financials from CMHC are confirming the fears of many brokers, worried the government’s latest mortgage rule changes effectively signalled its exit from the refinance business, now down 40 per cent and expected to stay there.
CMP Top 50 Brokers list announced
2010 was a good year for Canadian mortgage professionals. Just check the numbers.
Coast Capital answers broker concerns about access
A lender increasingly considered Vancouver’s rate leader is addressing broker concerns around access – in a number of cases only being won through co-brokering.
Broker: Don't rule out more mortgage rule changes
A leading B.C. broker is suggesting it would fall to the government to again tighten mortgage rules in order to limit the number of at-risk Canadians taking on new housing debt, arguing the Central Bank’s hands are effectively tied.