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CMI is a different kind of company

by CRE on 16 May 2016
It says so right on their website.

Currently seeing rapid expansion, the Ontario-based company is not only one of the fastest growing brokerages in Canada, it's one of the fastest growing period. Brandishing a nationwide network of 250 lenders and 50 billion in lending capital, CMI has established an interesting model for driving down the bottom line.

"We set things up in a way that makes our lenders compete for our client's business, not the other way around," says CMI VP Bryan Jaskolka. "This way, we're guaranteeing our clients are getting the absolute out there."

It is precisely this type of adherence to best practices that is spearheading CMI's climb to the top. But there's more to this success story. With employees all over the province, CMI is not technically managing an office since most of their employees work from home.

"I find staff working from this model are more dedicated than average, more committed and focused than average and they're not distracted by things like office politics and excessive socialization. They treat the company well, we treat them well and they treat investor capital like it's their own."

It is precisely this unconventional approach to the business that makes them different. With a slew of exciting projects on the horizon CREW will be exploring CMI's model for success to understand what makes the organisation tick.

And, to understand how these differentials effect the business at large.
 

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