Superbroker president wants to put an end to bullying
Each year CMP and MortgageBrokerNews.ca highlight the charitable endeavours of brokers across the country. In the first of this year’s series, we highlight one network head and his anti-bullying campaign, “I Am Someone.”
MCC still strong following buyout
Since Dominion Lending Centres acquired control of MCC, the broker network has not lost a single brokerage, according to its CEO, addressing speculation..
Brokerage and Realty announce partnership
A Dominion Lending Centres franchise and Right at Home Realty (RAH) announced a partnership last week that will arm RAH’s real estate agents with brokerage services.
What’s the odds on ‘MCC’ by 2014?
Amid congratulations for Dominion Lending Centres and president Gary Mauris comes speculation on just how long The Mortgage Centre will remain a distinctly separate entity.
MCC sale a sign small brokerages being squeezed out?
One broker is asking whether or not smaller broker networks and brokerages will be challenged to compete against the clout of increasingly big players like DLC, now the proud owner of MCC.
MCC brand will continue, says DLC’s Mauris
Dominion Lending Centres’ purchase of The Mortgage Centre (MCC) from CIBC represents “a commitment to the mortgage broker space,” says DLC president Gary Mauris.
DLC acquires MCC
Dominion Lending Centres has acquired ownership of The Mortgage Centre, marking CIBC's absolute retreat from the broker channel.
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.
DLC quantifies Super Bowl ad success
Dominion Lending Centres just released its 2013 spring advertising fund update, and the numbers from that Super Bowl commercial appear to be, well, super.
Brave brokers enter the Dragons' Den
Dragons’ Den on CBC will welcome DLC’s Jay Seabrook and Kevin Cochran this Sunday, pitching their already successful EnRICHed Academy tutorial package.