New CAAMP ads focus on not just AMP-designated brokers
CAAMP has been criticized by broker members for years for publishing ads commending the skills of AMP brokers specifically, and a new national campaign expands that message; but that doesn’t mean it’s done with its AMP-focused campaigns.
Brokers call for more communication from certain lenders
They make great referral partners; still, brokers feel this one type of lender is shutting them out of the origination process.
Brokerage reflects on 25 years
One mortgage company celebrated a quarter century in the industry at a recent gala event. From humble beginnings in the early 1990s, the company has not only grown, but thrived in a competitive market.
Suggestions for CAAMP 2.0
With CAAMP set to re-evaluate its future – and the role the next leader will take – industry players believe there are certain things the association should focus on, including providing more support specifically to brokers.
Brokerage marks anniversary Wednesday
One brokerage is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a national celebration on Wednesday, July 15, that will see barbecues and gatherings in 17 communities across Canada.
Jim Murphy joins another financial services association
The industry player may have just upped his professional profile, with a leading position at a not-for-profit organization often considered a role model for CAAMP.
CAAMP chair: Association taking stock
CAAMP will take the opportunity to re-evaluate its future in the wake of its long-serving president and CEO’s departure.
Jim Murphy leaves CAAMP
CAAMP has announced the departure of its long-serving president and CEO with a promise to “re-examine CAAMP’s organizational structure.”
Broker clients priced out?
Brokers in this one market may lament record-setting prices feared to price clients out of the market, especially considering what type of client is most affected.
HELOCs and household debt
Growing housing prices are drawing more broker attention to HELOCs, especially in the wake of ever-increasing household debt.