REMIC news

  • Training and retaining productive agents

    Who better to hear from on the subject of maximizing an agent’s potential than from Joseph White, president of industry trainer REMIC

  • What’s my cut? A co-brokering tip sheet

    The first question from residential brokers co-brokering a commercial deal is often ‘what’s my split?’ writes, Steve Fabian. Well, here’s the answer

  • New audio textbook for agents course

    Students studying for an agent’s license in Ontario may now have an easier time of assimilating all that information, with one course provider introducing an audio version of its textbook.

  • Brokerage leads with full-time trainer position

    It’s an added cost many brokerages aren’t prepared to bankroll, but a leading Ontario player is now identifying the benefits of a dedicated trainer for agents teaching soft as well as hard skills.

  • New agents to brokers: We have a bone to pick with you

    Brokerages have largely failed to give young agents the structure, training and mentorship they need to make business for themselves – that criticism from none other than the newcomers themselves, according to research.

  • Time to talk testing

    Brokers looking to raise the bar in the mortgage industry are taking aim at agent testing standards, Vernon Clement Jones reports

  • REMIC re-licensing course ups the ante

    Ontario’s re-licensing race just got more interesting, with industry trainer REMIC introducing a course loaded with extras and for as little as $30 – an offer designed to challenge CAAMP’s own free online invitation to members.

  • CAAMP: online re-licensing course 'free' for members

    CAAMP will offer the online version of Ontario’s mandatory re-licensing course free to its members – an effort, said its CEO, to “promote member value.”

  • REMIC, IMBA take the re-licensing plunge

    Industry trainer REMIC becomes the second provider to announce FSCO approval for its Ontario mandatory re-licensing course – following IMBA’s announcement and likely just ahead of two others.

  • Trainer: Industry not doing enough to attract talent

    Enrolment numbers for a program focused on training new agents may be a wakeup call for an industry fighting to grow market share, said its developer.