CAAMP news

  • REMIC makes MBLAA recommendations

    The Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada (REMIC) has now delivered the recommendations of a 1,000 brokers to the man responsible for leading the review of Ontario’s MBLAA, with concerns about a potential double-standard high on the list.

  • Broker to meet with MPP to discuss MBLAA

    Independent broker, Paolo Di Petta, will be meeting with Steven Del Duca, Liberal MPP of Vaughn and the man appointed to oversee the review of the MBLAA, on Thursday to discuss potential changes to the act – and he wants to collect and present broker feedback after a letter sent by CAAMP to the MPP did not represent brokers’ best interests.

  • Proceeds from Kinsley tribute going to education

    CAAMP’s Karen Kinsley Tribute Dinner will be helping further education this year, with the Foundation announcing it will use net proceeds from the dinner to establish scholarships for the next generation of “real estate finance” professionals.

  • Reach out before the banks do, urges IMBA president

    The numbers don’t lie – banks are aggressively seeking out and capturing clients who are looking to renew their mortgage.

  • Flaherty shifting his focus to credit card companies?

    Mortgage brokers’ prayers may finally have been answered – Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is raising the possibility that he will attack the credit card problem from a regulatory front.

  • RateHub sees more clients clicking on variable rate options

    If brokers want a barometer on what people are looking for in a mortgage, they need only check out the latest tracking numbers from RateHub.ca.

  • Quebec shakes up mortgage broker channel

    Quebec is taking care of some housekeeping in its mortgage broker channel, addressing insurance and education as two key issues

  • One year later: Marking Flaherty’s mortgage rule changes

    Happy anniversary? It’s been a year since the mortgage rule changes took effect, and brokers have felt the impact not only on their business, but especially their clients.

  • Brokers preparing to-do lists for FSCO

    This week’s appointment of parliamentary assistant Steven Del Duca to oversee a five-year review of Ontario’s Mortgage Brokers Act has already spawned a slew of broker wish lists for what could and should be tweaked to better the industry.

  • Wish List 2020?

    A leading B.C. broker is offering his educated take on what changes will come to the channel by 2020. Do you agree? Are you ready?