Company has seen continuous expansion of its industry alliances this year
With alternative lending shaping up to be a vital resource amid the current economic and fiscal environment, Leanne Conroy of MCAN Home believes that mortgage brokers will continue to play a central role in shepherding consumers towards the best possible solutions.
“The deals, specifically, are very complicated,” Conroy said in a recent specialized lending panel facilitated by Canadian Mortgage Professional. “And we as lenders … are trying to simplify those deals.”
For Conroy, mortgage brokers are an irreplaceable part of making transactions as smooth as possible.
“I think the most critical thing in this environment is to push our home buyers toward mortgage brokers,” she said. “They are the stewards who can kind of navigate Canadian homebuyers through this difficult and ever-changing environment. And that’s why it’s very important for Canadians to choose mortgage brokers.”
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In MCAN’s case, this has manifested in the continuous expansion of its industry alliances this year.
“We’ve been growing our network of partners, we’ve been growing into new markets,” Conroy said. “We’ve recently launched in BC, and also in the maritime market.”
Such growth also has manifold benefits for lenders like MCAN.
“A good partner will let you know if they’re not interested in your collateral,” Conroy said. “They’ll try to work with you and let you know which lenders will, because we’re partners.”
“We’re all busy, and our broker partners are busy, and they do have to do a lot more handholding. But we at MCAN are continually hiring new people, we’ve got products on the go, we’ve got some innovation happening.”