The biggest news wasn’t the rate cut; it was the way in which the central bank implemented it – and what it may signify for future interest rates, according to one industry leader.
The success of the annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards roared across Toronto’s Liberty Grand Friday with over 600 attendees recognizing the industry’s top players – among them an unprecedented number of repeat winners.
The number one position for the top 75 brokers by volume may be up for grabs again this year with the numbers strongly suggesting a new person – yet again – will end up with the highest funded volume.
This may be the one most brokers have been waiting for: CMP releases its finalists for the broker of the year awards.
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Building client loyality is increasingly difficult in today's hyper-competitive and shrinking market. But some retention efforts are working better than others.
As Canadian arrears rates drop, is it time for the government to back off? Not necessarily, says one leading broker.
A Harvey, N.B., man is asking Royal Bank – the same lender that refinanced his mortgage without a lawyer’s signoff – why his home burned to the ground without fire insurance.
Happy anniversary? It’s been a year since the mortgage rule changes took effect, and brokers have felt the impact not only on their business, but especially their clients.
A new Toronto report recommending hefty increases in property development charges is underlining the need to have a lawyer review pre-construction agreements prior to signing, says one Toronto broker.