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Have your say with the CMP reader survey by | 2009-08-14 7:26:06 AM

We value your feedback and suggestions for CMP magazine - and now you can communicate them to us easily by taking a few minutes to fill out our online reader surveyread more

Brokers on lenders survey: full results by MBN | 2009-08-01 2:29:28 AM

Every year CMP conducts a brokers on lenders survey and this year's results appeared in issue 4.7 (July), out this week. But there wasn't room for all of the results for all of the lenders so we were only able to list the top ten for each category. The following is a complete alphabetical list read more

Wells Fargo exits Canada's mortgage market by MBN | 2009-07-31 9:10:51 PM

Effective July 30th, 2009, Wells Fargo will no longer be originating new mortgages in Canada, according to a recent press release from company president, Rick Valade. read more

New broker legislation drafted in Saskatchewan by | 2009-07-17 2:45:52 AM

Mortgage brokers in Saskatchewan will require education credits and 24 months of on-the-job experience to gain a broker license, if new draft regulations formed by the province's Financial Services Commission get the nod.read more

Small town charm, big team spirit by | 2009-07-03 11:33:45 PM

Donna Ramsay counts on the support of her tight-knit staff to run a small town mortgage business that sees many unconventional (and tricky) deals. Erin Letson looks at how she does itread more

Genworth MI Canada announces IPO plan by | 2009-07-03 8:12:44 AM

Genworth MI Canada announced Tuesday it will sell 44.7 million common shares at $19 each as part of an initial public offering to raise money for its parent company, Genworth Financial.read more

Combination mortgages on the rise by MBN | 2009-06-19 11:12:51 PM

At a time when the rate debate is as heated as ever, combination (or "hybrid") mortgages - which allow borrowers to divide their mortgage loan into fixed and variable rates - are becoming a more common product choice. read more