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Ontario mortgage brokers – How many are there?

Ontario Mortgage Brokers - in numbers
FSCO has release the industry data. Although it is bit outdated but it is still packed with very insightful information about the industry. According to FSCO In 2014, Mortgage brokerages reported that they arranged $148 billion of mortgage business and mortgage administrators reported that they administered $101 [...]Read more

Mortgage Brokers in Ontario – don’t be tricked by renewal numbers

It is license renewal season for Ontario mortgage brokers and agents. This time of the year is also a busy season for the brokers. A lot of home buyers are searching for mortgage as they prepare to move into the new home coming spring and early summer. […]

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A new Canadian Mortgage broker regulator partnership

Nine provinces in Canada have legislative and regulatory frameworks to govern mortgage brokers. Those provinces are Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. Given the recent economic condition and slow pace of recovery the regulators think that it is […]

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New provider for Ontario mortgage broker course

CMP reported that CAAMP will now be official sole source for Ontario mortgage broker education program. CAAMP has been actively working on getting its foothold in major Canadian provinces. This marks the end of Seneca as a course provider.

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Ontario mortgage broker continuing education – IMBA

In continuation to our last report on Ontario broker re-licensing course we learnt that IMBA has announced its course options. IMBA will be offering three options for the brokers. They are: On-line Course for Individuals: $25 For Groups In-class Course: $50 Attractive options for an agent.

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Time for "back to school" – Ontario mortgage brokers.

In Ontario Mortgage agents or brokers have till March 31, 2012, to complete the relicensing course in order to be able to renew their licences. There is nothing to panic yet. Only 5 hours of course, offered by many institutes – some are offering it for free […]

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Mortgage broker re-licensing education requirement changes.

Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) announced key elements of the new Re-licensing Education (RE) policy. All mortgage brokers and agents, including agents employed by finance companies and principal brokers, will be required to complete a specific course, MB Re-licensing Education 2012, to renew their licenses in […]

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FSCO and new law – a step in the right direction

Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) continually monitors and improve the way mortgage brokerage industry operates in Ontario. Recently it has launched a consultation on a continuing education policy for the mortgage brokering industry. The following are the important issues amongst many others that FSCO is looking […]

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