DLC president bends the ear of Finance Minister
Dominion Lending Centres president Gary Mauris was one of the participants Wednesday at a pre-budget consultation held in Regina by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty. The following is a summary of the day, submitted by Mauris.
Have your say with Finance Minister Flaherty
Gary Mauris, President of DLC is seeking advice from everyone involved in the mortgage industry as he prepares to attend a pre-budget consultation roundtable with Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Jan. 19 in Regina, Sask.
Brokers react to latest mortgage industry research
The latest research on the broker industry from Maritz Canada for CAAMP, revealed some interesting facts about brokers and their relationships with consumers and lenders.
The Real Deal: Gary Mauris
The president of Dominion Lending Centres Inc. has a limitless energy that he injects into every part of his life. Heather Li explores what fuels Gary Mauris’s drive
Superbrokers: Growing through Technology
CMP recently polled national broker networks across Canada to uncover what they offer their brokers – everything from compensation to training to ancillary services. Here are the results
Simply the Best
The fourth annual CMP Canadian Mortgage Awards could almost be named the Oscars for the mortgage industry, where the best of the best came out to celebrate and share their success among their esteemed colleagues; and focus on a bigger and brighter future
DLC launches white-label HELOC mortgage
Dominion Lending Centres added to its white-label product roster this week with a new HELOC mortgage that pays trailer fees.
How to avoid 'zapping' your time
Have you thought about how much time you spend in a single day sporadically checking and responding to e-mail and voicemail messages? Imagine how this time could have been better spent over the course of a year. Gary Mauris shows you how to avoid some common time zappers
Profit names broker networks to Hot 50 list
Both Dominion Lending Centres and Mortgagebrokers.com have made it onto Profit magazine's 10th annual Hot 50 list, which ranks Canadian startup companies based on two-year revenue growth.