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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Another Potential Play for CFF
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
CMT has learned from multiple sources that another industry player appears to be planning an attempt to take over CFF Bank at the eleventh hour. An offer for CFF Bank has currently been made by Home Capital. Reportedly, a vote to approve Home Capital’s acquisition of the bank is slated for today. According to a pitch deck we’ve come across, as well as conversations with people knowledgeable about the potential deal, here is reportedly how it may go down: Westbridge Mortgage REIT will purportedly make​ ​​a​​n​​ ​​o​​f​​f​​e​​r​​ ​​t​​o​​ Canadian First Financial Group, possibly as early as later this week. If accepted, the offer READ MORE

Mortgage Architects/Radius to Change Hands
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Negotiations are underway for Pacific Mortgage Group (PMG) to be sold. The company owns Mortgage Architects, one of the largest mortgage brokerages in the country, as well as the lender Radius Financial. Radius was ranked 15th in broker channel market share, according to D+H, with 0.9% of the market. PMG founder Alex Haditaghi officially announced the sale-in-progress to employees and brokers today. In an email to the company, he said: “…This moment is bittersweet for me as I am officially announcing to you that it is my intention to exit the business and retire as Chairman and Founder of Pacific READ MORE

Trend Watch: Broker Earnings
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
The average Canadian worker can expect a 2.5% raise next year, predicts HR company Morneau Shepell. That’s not far off the long-run annual average, unless you happen to be a mortgage broker in a major city. While the typical Canadian may have seen their pay increase somewhere around 13% over the past five years, many brokers in major metro areas have enjoyed almost double that growth, or more. That’s largely because home prices keep escalating. In Greater Vancouver, CREA’s benchmark home price is up 22.77% in the last five years. In greater Toronto, prices are up 40.57%. Even Calgary is still 19.35% higher. READ MORE

A Better Add-Back
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
As it turns out, there was a little typo in CMHC’s recent rental policy announcement. In its original notice on July 24 (which CMT covered here), the insurer said property taxes and heat would have to be included in a customer’s debt ratios when applying for a mortgage on an owner-occupied property with a rental suite. But when we did the math shortly after running that story, the numbers didn’t make sense. The new policy actually made it harder to qualify than the current policy, which isn’t too logical for a measure meant to spur secondary suite formation. “This was READ MORE