Canadian 55+ have been hit with a double-edged sword – rising interest rates combined with soaring prices of groceries and energy, has eroded purchasing power as pensions grossly lag inflation. Stats Canada reported a slight drop on inflation in September to 6.9% from 7.0% in August, which has paved the way for another interest rate […]
The much-anticipated MPC National Mortgage Broker Conference was held on October 15-17, 2022 at the Vancouver Convention Center. This event was long overdue since we have had 3 consecutive years of cancelled in person events due to the pandemic. The anticipation as well as the excitement of having this first major conference in many years, […]
HomeEquity Bank’s webinar “Help your clients navigate the current landscape with expert advice from Pattie Lovett-Reid” had our highest attendee rate yet. As a result of such a great turnout, there was also plenty of engagement with several questions being asked. So here are some FAQs that answer many of the questions asked on the webinar. […]
On September 29th, 2022, HomeEquity Bank held a webinar fireside chat with Chief Financial Commentator, Pattie Lovett-Reid and Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Yvonne Ziomecki-Fisher. In this webinar, Pattie and Yvonne had an insightful conversation about today’s economic climate and the financial tools available to help your clients be financially secure. In case […]
Limiting beliefs may be holding your client back. A limiting belief is a state of mind that may hold your client back or restrict them in some way. Everyone at some point will experience limiting beliefs and so it’s important to help your client find a way to identify them and look for ways to […]
According to an Ipsos survey, 80% of Canadians give up on their new year’s resolutions before the year is over, with the majority throwing in the towel before the end of February. Therefore, now may be a good time to check in with your clients and see how they’re getting on with the financial goals they set in January. If you find they’ve already given up, it may be time for a new approach.