Any further mortgage rule tightening could have a drastically negative impact on the overall economy, according to one leading organization.
Brokers aren’t ready to give up without a fight, according to new details about mortgage market share released by CAAMP.
Say it ain’t so – a new CAAMP report suggests bank reps are just as good at converting first time homebuyers into clients.
New data provides optimistic news for broker market share, despite contrary evidence provided by CAAMP in late 2014.
Although it wasn’t quite unanimous, brokers have come to a consensus about what move the Bank of Canada will make later today.
The good times might be coming to an end for homebuyers – and brokers – if this panel of experts is correct with its rate prediction.
Believe it or not, lenders are working overtime to outdo each other with increases to broker compensation in a market so often compared to Canada’s.
For many Canadians the use of home equity has become the credit line of choice, replacing credit cards, and this is worrying say consumer advocates.
Cautiously optimistic may be the best way to describe broker sentiment concerning the industry’s newest association.
A year after publishing a Globe and Mail article that drew broker ire for extolling the benefits of the AMP, CAAMP takes a more inclusive approach in this year's feature.