Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry is a content specialist for Key Media, and has been with the company since 2019. Mallory writes for a variety of Key Media verticals and is a life-long learner. She loves nothing more than working closely with clients across publications to create interesting and informational content.

 

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Designing your day

How small changes to behaviour can reap big rewards

Designing your day

The trillion-dollar opportunity you cannot miss

Canada's fastest-growing demographic: why you should ride the 'retirement wave'

The trillion-dollar opportunity you cannot miss

Brokers get creative, look to expand relationships

Meanwhile, lenders focus on small details…

Brokers get creative, look to expand relationships

CWB Optimum Mortgage’s “inside out effect”

How internal diversity and inclusion initiatives translate to a better experience for talent, clients and broker partners

CWB Optimum Mortgage’s “inside out effect”

Community Trust’s new mortgage advisory team raises the bar

Aim is to raise expectations of service standards across the industry

Community Trust’s new mortgage advisory team raises the bar

HomeEquity Bank launches new optimized lending model

Higher LTVs mean Canadians 55+ can access up to 25% more equity

HomeEquity Bank launches new optimized lending model

Why five-star service needs to be table stakes across the industry

Meeting expectations of partners increasingly important

Why five-star service needs to be table stakes across the industry

Canada’s unstoppable real estate market

Despite cycles of highs and lows, home values continue to trend upward overall

Canada’s unstoppable real estate market

Alt lending becomes critical space in light of impending stress test hike

Community Trust's Sarb Uppal predicts more volume in coming months

Alt lending becomes critical space in light of impending stress test hike

Urban to suburban trend in overdrive due to current environment

Canadians can live where they want to, compared to where they have to

Urban to suburban trend in overdrive due to current environment