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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Q4 2016 Bank Earnings – Mortgage Morsels
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Another bank earnings season is in the bag. It was a quarter where Canada’s Big 6 banks addressed analysts about the changing regulatory landscape. There was also a sharper focus on uninsured mortgage portfolios. National Bank analyst Peter Routledge addressed the issue in a recent note to clients: “With uninsured mortgages driving an increasing portion of overall mortgage and loan growth…the consequences of a decline in housing prices—most notably in the Toronto and Vancouver markets—weighs more heavily with each passing quarter.” As usual, we’ve picked through the Big Banks’ quarterly earnings reports, presentations and conference calls, and compiled all the mortgage-related goodies here. Notable tidbits are highlighted READ MORE

Up Your Digital Game
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
 “There is not digital strategy, only strategy in a digital world.” Andrew Lo, COO at Kanetix Ltd., shared that maxim at last week’s MPC National Conference. His message: It’s time for brokers and lenders to stop thinking of customer experience online as being distinct from customer experience in general. With the net being embedded in most of our lives, “strategy” and “digital strategy” are virtually the same thing.   “I am sure mortgages are ripe for disruption,” Lo said at the event. The mortgage process is full of frustration, and the job of brokers and lenders is to “convert people from READ MORE

National Bank Shutters Broker Division
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
When it rains it pours. On the heels of Ottawa’s broker-unfriendly insurance rules comes word that National Bank will no longer sell its branded mortgages through brokers. National Bank had 2.5% share of the broker market as of last quarter, according to D+H. Brokers represented about a quarter of its mortgage production. This now leaves Scotiabank and TD as the last Big 6 banks to distribute through brokers. But there’s some good news: National will ramp up its funding of Paradigm Quest, which is a huge vote of confidence in the mortgage process outsourcing firm. This will generate billions in new mortgage originations for READ MORE

Ottawa’s Gift to Lenders: Some Numbers
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Happily, it’s only taken six hours to update 183 rates and 25 lenders’ policies following today’s default insurance rule changes. I reckon I’ll be done combing through the rate sheets and policy updates by the weekend, just in time to question the grey matter of those responsible for this absurdity. Here’s some of the results so far of the DoF’s mortgage insurance ban. These numbers are not exhaustive. They’re just from the banks, monolines and credit unions this author commonly uses: Typical new rate surcharge on refinances: 15 bps Number of broker lenders who have terminated prime refinances altogether: 6 Typical new rate surcharge on amortizations over 25 years: READ MORE