Definition : Mortgage broker

 A mortgage broker is a natural person who, for others and in return for remuneration that is contingent on the making of a loan secured by immovable hypothec, engages in a brokerage transaction relating to such a loan. He must hold a licence to act as an intermediary issued by the Autorité des marchés financiers (Financial Markets Authority).



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Since May 1, 2020, mortgage brokerage has been a discipline covered by the Act respecting the distribution of financial products and services and subject to the regulation of the  Autorité des Marchés Financiers (Financial Markets Authority) to ensure the protection of the public. Not only must every mortgage broker have professional liability insurance, they must respect the rules of ethics applicable to mortgage brokers. Its role is to advise you, whether you are a buyer or owner, about the best mortgage products available on the market. He will do it better than anyone, because this task is not simple. It involves careful and methodical research, so that the winning conditions are met, and you can make the most of them.
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