CAAMP news

  • CAAMP crunches the rate discounting numbers

    CAAMP’s comprehensive quarterly report, entitled “Looking for a ‘New Normal’ in the Residential Mortgage Market”, points to just how prevalent rate discounting is across Canada.

  • Highlights from CAAMP's report

    CAAMP released its spring consumer report Thursday, which paints an optimistic picture of the current housing market; especially in the eyes of home buyers.

  • Daily Market Update

    New figures show consumer confidence is creating first time buyers… does an interest rate rise mean falling prices?... the Calgary bidding war…and why BC may not be the place for smokers….

  • Broker raises issue with RBC's points program

    It’s RBC’s points program – and not the recently announced $1,000 cash incentive for realtors who refer clients for a mortgage – that one broker has an issue with.

  • Verico conference draws a 'full house'

    Hundreds of Verico brokers and agents are now wrapping up a three-day conference in Las Vegas, with a roster filled to the brim with professional development but also lender appreciation for the network’s “high rollers.”

  • Live from the third CMP Mortgage Summit

    Live from the third-annual CMP Mortgage Summit in Toronto -- an event focused on upping the game of hundreds of Canadian brokers

  • Networks prepare brokers for anti-spam law

    Networks – and at least one broker association -- are stepping up to help their broker partners prepare for the upcoming anti-spam legislation.

  • Brokers feel slighted by CAAMP article

    A sponsored feature in the Globe and Mail by CAAMP President and CEO Jim Murphy has divided the industry; with brokers who are not AMP-designated feeling snubbed.

  • CAAMP CEO extolls benefits of AMP in national paper

    CAAMP CEO, Jim Murphy, is using a column in the country’s leading national newspaper to hawk the benefits of using brokers but more specifically – and more controversially – those of AMPs.

  • O'Leary Mortgages surrenders FSCO license

    Less than a year since its official launch, O’Leary Mortgages has surrendered its FSCO license effective March 31.