CAAMP news

  • GTA brokerages being investigated: Globe and Mail

    A number of mortgage brokerages in the Greater Toronto Area are being audited by the federal privacy commissioner due to concerns over the security of client information, according to a report in the Globe and Mail.

  • Mortgage industry golf tournaments give back

    A sluggish economy hasn't stopped the mortgage industry from heading to the golf courses to support a variety of causes during the late summer season.

  • Do you need another designation? Or are two already too many?

    Designations have been in the mortgage industry for five years and have been both praised and criticized. Now a Seneca College program co-ordinator is launching a new designation -- and as CMP writes, it's already raising questions

  • Combination mortgages on the rise

    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.

  • Budget 2009: what it means for the mortgage industry

    Now that the mortgage industry has had plenty of time to absorb the January budget - all 360 pages and 109 checkmarks - CMP spoke to people in the industry to find out what it means to them

  • New round of regulations for Ontario brokers

    The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) rang in the New Year with a second set of regulations for the Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, which was first implemented last July.