CMP's first ever broker lifestyle issue

CMP's first ever broker lifestyle issue


She drives a 3-series BMW, vacations in Muskoka, had her 25-year mortgage paid off in less than a decade. She also owns an investment condo downtown that is rented out to a university student – her own kid. Does this sound like the typical broker?

CMP is now set to delve deeper into what it means to be a broker and publish the industry’s first-ever “Broker Lifestyle” survey. Our objective is to give mortgage brokers the kind of industry profile other professions have and, more specifically, give you a sense of just how much you have in common with your peers across the country.

We hope to glean information about the most popular car choice, clothing preferences, housing preferences and, well, more sensitive issues such as average salary. Of course, all answers will be collected anonymously to ensure the utmost privacy and names won’t appear anywhere in print.

The survey takes no more than five minutes to complete and every entrant has the chance of winning a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Speaking of which, does the average advisor prefers Blackberry, iPhone or Android?

Find out answers to these questions and more in our December issue; but before then, click HERE to take part in the survey.

  • David Currie 2013-10-09 10:04:13 AM
    did not ask in the survey re RRSP's and investment portfolio but you asked if I have a suit?
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  • BC Broker 2013-10-09 10:49:51 AM
    How much is in my investments? How much equity do I have in my home? These might be important. It also didn't ask for my information but suggested I might win a tablet. How do I win if you don't know that I submitted the survey....
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  • Len Lane 2013-10-14 8:47:28 AM
    ok that was fun, i think the missing factor really much other income is there in the house. Good chance that their is another 6 figure income in the house to have all the toys above.
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