And this survey says…broker market share staying steady
Overall market share for Canada’s mortgage brokers remains steady in 2011 at 23 per cent, although, according to the latest CMHC poll of consumers, they continue to attract just under 40 per cent of home purchase transactions.
CAAMP President Makes Bold Statement in Australia
CAAMP President Jim Murphy made a bold statement a...
Brokering 101 course gains traction in Halifax
A course focused on teaching industry basics to new mortgage brokers in Nova Scotia has more than doubled its enrollment as the province faces growing pressure to attach an educational component to its licensing standards.
Broker: We’ve gained market share, not lost it!
Buck up, brokers. By one industry veteran’s calculations, the channel has actually gained – not lost – key market share in the difficult years following the subprime collapse.
Industry Veteran: Broker ranks will thin
A slowing, yet increasingly competitive Canadian market will not only cull the number of new entrants to the broker industry but thin the existing ranks by as much as 5 per cent, a veteran mortgage professional told MortgageBrokerNews.ca.
CAAMP survey: Broker market share stagnant
A new CAAMP poll suggests that brokers are at best maintaining their share of Canada’s mortgage business and at worst…
St. John’s brokerage inspired by lender model
A St. John’s brokerage is duplicating the organizational structure of non-bank lenders, replete with BDM and underwriter.
Brokers: CAAMP will investigate RBC complaint
First hurdle cleared: CAAMP will in fact mount an investigation into that RBC document responsible for setting off a firestorm of criticism, MortgageBrokerNews.ca has learned, fueling hopes the bank will ultimately be held accountable.
Lender: RBC document suggests need for independent broker association
The RBC brouhaha has highlighted the need for a national association exclusively broker in advocacy and membership, said a veteran lender of the broker channel and, of all things, the banking industry.
RBC facing formal complaints from CAAMP members
At least two CAAMP members have moved to initiate formal complaints against RBC, alleging the mega bank violated no less than three rules set out in the association's code of conduct.