With less than two weeks left on the clock, CMP is counting the largest number of first-time submissions ever – proof of the growing desire to differentiate yourself from the competition.
As submissions continue to pour in for the Top 75
, brokers have been eager to show that they have achieved a measure of success despite a difficult year. And where funded volumes have come in under last year’s numbers, brokers aren’t letting that dissuade them submitting this year. They cite the marketing benefits of making the list as far outweighing anyone’s actual ranking from one year to the next.
Submissions for CMP’s ranking of Top 75 Brokers must be by funded volume for 2012. To be eligible, all the figures must be supplied by you, the broker/agent, via electronic survey – and that all deals must have been personally sourced and originated by you.
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Sales figures must be broken down by the relevant lender, and should include a contact name and telephone number for each representative of those institutions. CMP reserves the right to contact them and the broker network to confirm figures.
The Small Market Top 20 gives a tip of the hat to the accomplishments of mortgage professionals in markets with a 2012 average home price of $290,000 or less.
As the gap between home values in Canada’s smaller centres and those in Toronto and other major cities continues to grow, the Small Market Top 20 is the best way to acknowledge the funded-volume success of those brokers.
The criteria to qualify for the Top 20 includes being in a market that is a CREA-identified region, municipality or centre, and to brokers who did a minimum 80 per cent of their deals in such a market where the average home price is at or under $290,000.
Small brokers will be automatically considered for the Top 75 list – and their volumes must be personally sourced and originated.
Submission close on June 21.