Mortgage Brokers Given A Voice: Survey Finds That Negative Reports about
American Mortgage Brokers Has a Harmful Impact on Canadian Mortgage
TORONTO, Jan. 26 /CNW/ - Canada's mortgage brokers are voicing concerns
that negative press in the United States is hurting their business, and
their reputations. The findings are a result of a survey of over 500
Canadian mortgage brokers conducted by the Real Estate and Mortgage
Institute of Canada Inc. (REMIC)
According to REMIC President Joseph White, Canadian mortgage brokers
feel that they are being inaccurately tarnished by their American
"Canadians have been inundated with stories of how mortgage brokers in
the United States, due to questionable business practices, contributed
to the American mortgage meltdown," White said. "Canadian mortgage
brokers typically employ sound business practices, are highly regulated
and ongoing surveys show that their customers exhibit high levels of
customer satisfaction, a far different experience than what has been
reported in the United States."
"The survey further indicates that Canadian brokers want to see a more
accurate reflection in Canadian media of the uniquely Canadian
experience," White concludes, "a reflection that has been overshadowed
by the negative reports about their American counterparts."
The Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada Inc. was founded in
2008 and provides education, training and resources to both the real
estate and mortgage industries.
SOURCE Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada Inc.
For further information:
or to schedule an interview with Joseph White please call Cain Daniel, Director of Education and Training at 1-877-44-REMIC (73642) or e-mail Cain at email@example.com