CAAMP news

  • Mortgage market rebounding, broker share stable, says CAAMP

    Despite a difficult economic year, CAAMP's latest survey on the residential mortgage market in Canada points to reasons for being optimistic, among them a forecast that total outstanding mortgage credit will surpass the $1 trillion mark in 2010.

  • Privacy matters

    A report of privacy breaches at GTA mortgage brokerages - and an ongoing audit by the federal privacy commissioner - is a reminder that efforts to protect client information should not slip through the cracks

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  • CAAMP awaits new mortgage broker license in Quebec

    New Quebec licensing regulations that differentiate mortgage brokers and real estate brokers (as well as mortgage and real estate agencies) are expected to soon be pre-published for review, according to CAAMP.

  • 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.