Our recommendations to the federal government to limit the impact the proposed tax changes could have on member businesses.
Our formal written submission to OSFI, in response to the recently released draft changes to Guideline B-20.
An overview of the recent federal mortgage eligibility changes and our recommendations to the government.
Federal Finance Minister Morneau announced the launch of consultations aimed at implementing tax code changes to tax planning strategies involving the use of private corporations.
Chief Economist Will Dunning reveals how Canadians are feeling overall about the economy and recent government changes in our latest edition of our survey report, Consumers’ Perspectives on Homebuying in Canada.
On Thursday, April 13, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance released a report on Canada’s housing markets.
Many of our members have been asking about the next steps following the Standing Committee on Finance’s study regarding the recent mortgage rule changes. Here is what we know and how we expect the next steps to unfold over the coming months.
Our submission to the Department of Finance in regards to its proposed new model for a risk-sharing mechanism for government-backed mortgage insurance in Canada.
Mortgage Professionals Canada has organized its first ever Parliament Hill Advocacy Days, which took place on March 6 and 7 in Ottawa.
Paul Taylor presents our concerns on the federal government’s mortgage insurance eligibility changes during the Standing Committee on Finance on Wednesday, February 1st.
Statement from CEO Paul Taylor about Finance Minister Morneau's outlined mortgage insurance and qualification changes.
Mortgage Professionals Canada Responds to National Bank’s Withdrawal from Broker Channel
For Meetings with MPs - The following document may be useful when discussing the impact of the recent federal government announcement to change mortgage insurance and qualifications.
We made a request to the Financial Sector Policy Branch to discuss potential strategies pertaining to housing affordability, and their impact.
Our request to the Financial Sector Policy Branch to discuss potential strategies and their impact around mortgage eligibility.
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