CAAMP news

  • Brokers barking up the wrong tree

    Are brokers just plain wrong in criticizing the 2012 mortgage rule changes? Agent Paolo Di Petta says they are

  • Ready, set, go, would-be brokers!

    CAAMP will bring revamped broker education to Ontario by the end of February, announcing it has opened registration for the course it now takes over from a competing provider.

  • 'Pleased' Flaherty meet displeased brokers

    Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says he’s happy increases in home prices have started to slow, but is relatively mute on a much bigger concern for brokers – the falling number of sales.

  • Market perceptions weigh heavy on brokers

    The perception that now’s just not the time to buy – regardless of low interest rates – may be the biggest hurdle facing brokers this year, suggests new market research.

  • AMP satisfaction leads the pack, says survey

    It's usually the most hotly debated finding in CAAMP's annual survey, but that research is once again suggesting consumer satisfaction with AMP-arranged mortgages is higher than the rest.

  • Act review looks at road rep licensing

    That review of B.C.’s broker legislation includes a look at whether mortgage specialists should be rolled into the regs, effectively holding their feet to the fire alongside channel competitors.

  • Slow November suggests 'cold' winter for brokers

    National home sales fell 12 per cent last month, compared to November 2011, according to new stats, suggesting brokers across most of the country face a colder winter than last year's hot market.

  • CAAMP lobbies on

    Fresh from meeting senior officials in Ottawa, CAAMP's leadership this week promised to continue lobbying the government during its pre-budget consultations.

  • Brokers glad market on ‘sustainable path’

    Call it a slowdown, soft-landing or a correction, some mortgage professionals are just glad 2012’s rough ride is nearly over and as one major bank puts it, the industry is headed on a “sustainable path.”

  • BC brokers seeking self-regulation

    Mortgage professionals in British Columbia are poised to submit a position paper to the province’s Ministry of Finance endorsing a self-regulated industry similar to that of Alberta.