REMIC : Everything you need to know

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REMIC : In the news

  • IMBA makes MBLAA recommendations

    The Independent Mortgage Brokers Association of Ontario (IMBA) joined the long list of organizations to present its recommendations to those charged with reviewing the Mortgage Brokerages Lenders and Administrators Act of Ontario (MBLAA) – citing a review of education requirements among several other salient issues.

  • REMIC makes MBLAA recommendations

    The Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada (REMIC) has now delivered the recommendations of a 1,000 brokers to the man responsible for leading the review of Ontario’s MBLAA, with concerns about a potential double-standard high on the list.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • REMIC helps build Habitat for Humanity

    REMIC – and the hundreds of Canadians it trains to become mortgage agents – is setting a course for philanthropy, kicking off a campaign focused on building the coffers of Habitat for Humanity.

  • Centum: Broker workshop to focus on consumer debt

    Runaway consumer debt: It’s not just the federal government’s concern, but also the focus of a mortgage workshop for brokers – set for Vancouver this fall and focused on ensuring brokers extend their utility beyond the transaction, say sponsors.