CAAMP: Our SEO techniques are clean
CAAMP is fending off allegations it is has broken its own conduct rules with search engine optimization techniques deemed “unethical.”
Lenders divvy up FirstLine’s spoils, suggest report
The results are in, and as expected, big lenders, with the conspicuous exception of TD, have successfully divvied up FirstLine’s spoils
CAAMP lays out SEO ethical rules
On the heels of a case first brought to light by MortgageBrokerNews.ca, CAAMP is now reiterating the rules governing how members can use a competitor’s name to drive traffic to their websites.
Brokers to Associations: Stop road rep 'broker' use
Mortgage professionals are putting their associations on notice, insisting they use their clout to stop road reps from calling themselves “brokers.”
Road reps borrow 'broker' name
“For ease of use” some road reps are casually calling themselves “mortgage brokers who work for banks” to better "explain" their role to clients, one told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, arguing the practice is harmless.
Downside of low rates present opportunity
The low-interest-rate environment enticing many homeowners to switch mortgages is a perfect opportunity for brokers to coach their clients on how to avoid steep penalties.
CREA forecast darkens broker prospects
The future for Canada’s housing market won’t be nearly as bright as the Canadian Real Estate Association had earlier predicted, the organization now slashing its forecasts for this year and next.
Brokers laud Street Capital’s charter quest
It may be still two years away, but some brokers believe Street Capital’s chartered bank status ambitions are a step in the right direction.
Vanishing options a big issue for brokers
Early poll responses to the 2012 CMP Brokers on Lenders survey suggest brokers are concerned about the loss of product options and the cookie-cutter approach of conservative lenders.
Canadian housing shifts into low gear - Scotia
Difficulty in getting credit and job loses have taken their toll on Canadian’s home purchasing desires, according to the Q2 Global Real Estate Trends report by Scotiabank.