Realtors seeking mortgage broker licenses
A growing number of real estate agents are taking out mortgage broker licenses -- a way of better guiding clients and protecting property deals increasingly susceptible to financial turbulence.
Déjà vu: Another RBC mortgage specialist riles brokers
Controversial statements from another RBC mortgage specialist have now resurfaced – again in B.C. and again attracting broker ire.
RBC to brokers: We apologize
With multiple statements, RBC moved to distance itself from the controversial flyer of one of its mobile mortgage specialists – apologizing for its unflattering and inaccurate depiction of brokers.
Broker: TD shift to business lending a good thing
TD Bank’s plans to use a significant uptick in business lending to make up for a cooling mortgage market is garnering mixed – albeit positive – reaction from brokers and mono-line lenders.
Broker of the Year finalists announced
It’s going to be a special night April 29th for two brokers, as they will receive the honour of being named Mortgage Broker of the Year at the fifth annual Canadian Mortgage Awards.
Broker Network of the Year finalists announced
This year’s Canadian Mortgage Awards will have some added excitement as the Mortgage Broker Network of the Year will be presented for the first time.
Credit Repair Job
Looking to graduate your clients from a B to A mortgage? Heather Li looks at some of the tools brokers can use to turn around their clients’ credit scores
2011: The Road Ahead
Consumer awareness and confidence in brokers, broker-lender relationships and the threat from government of more mortgage rules are some of the issues John Tenpenny heard about when talking with prominent industry members
Banks won't impose own tighter mortgage rules: TD
Canadian banks are not likely to impose stricter mortgage qualifying rules on their own to curb the nation’s rising household debt, TD chief executive officer Ed Clark told The Globe and Mail.
Further tightening of mortgage rules not necessary say brokers
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty warned again on Monday the government could tighten mortgage rules further if needed, after a report showed the country's household debt levels have soared.