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CAAMP President Makes Bold Statement in Australia by MBN | 2011-06-10 3:53:00 AM

CAAMP President Jim Murphy made a bold statement more

Toronto brokers defy CMHC projections by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-10 1:18:49 AM

Toronto home sales – and, indeed, its brokers – are bucking CMHC projections for a “slower spring,” pointing to year-over-year growth more than doubt those conservative more

HomEquity responds to broker compensation concerns by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-09 6:07:17 AM

A move by HomEquity Bank to lower the eligibility age for its reverse mortgages to 55 is set to increase broker originations by as much as 10 per cent, company president Steven Ranson told, at the same time expressing confidence in the company’s current compensation structure for more

Ord's contributions to MA 'recognized' by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-04 9:04:27 AM

The president of Pacific Mortgage Group is publicly acknowledging the contributions of Mortgage Architects founder Bob Ord, at the same time expressing confidence in the team and corporate “culture” he left more

Prince George brokers defy CMHC projections by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-03 2:33:54 AM

Brokers in sleepy little Prince George say they’re poised to significantly better originations this year even as their big-city counterparts in Vancouver enter a slowdown and the CMHC forecasts an 8 per cent sales slide for the northern more

Reverse mortgage lender looking to grow broker referrals by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-03 1:00:49 AM

The corporate parent of HomeEquity Bank – Canada’s main underwriter of reverse mortgages revealed first quarter results marked by double-digit portfolio growth and a more-modest boost in more

Brokers: Rate drops ignite client preference for fixed by Vernon Clement Jones | 2011-06-01 5:21:00 AM

Brokers are finally seeing a change in consumer appetite for risk after the second chop to fixed rates in two more