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Recent Canadian Real Estate News


Broker Financial Group
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Empowering independent mortgage brokers. That’s been the battle cry for two recent upstart broker networks. The newest is Broker Financial Group (we’ll call it BFG) which officially launches next week. BFG is a new broker organization offering a: 95/5 split to independent brokerage firms, or a Flat-fee model (similar concept to VERICO, RMA, and others). The point man behind the company is principal broker Jason Singh. Singh and his co-founders are launching the company to aggregate volume, build better technology and develop ancillary product offerings. “I figured, if I’m going to do it for my brokerage, I might as well READ MORE

Major Crosscurrents for Rates
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
There’s been a perfect storm brewing in the mortgage rate market, one that’s bringing volatility and uncertainty. And it all came to a head today. Here are some of the factors impacting mortgage rates at this moment: ***** Greek Default & Cascading Yields The home of the gyro became the first developed nation ever to default on IMF debt. S&P now pegs the odds of Greece departing the EU at 50%. Virtually no one expects the Grecian debacle to trigger global financial catastrophe, but investors have taken no chances. They’ve piled into AAA bonds for safety, which in turn has pounded READ MORE

Rate-Driven Subterfuge
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
People in the mortgage business have heard the terms “fraud for profit” and “fraud for shelter.” Both have long plagued the mortgage market. But there’s another type of fraud that some may not be aware of. It’s called fraud for rate, and it’s growing. While not conclusively a trend, it seems that more and more mortgage applicants and mortgage originators are fudging applications and/or documentation to get a better rate. This is especially true with BFS (business for self) borrowers who often try to portray higher income than they really earn. Stricter mortgage regulations seem to be the catalyst. “With READ MORE

Broker-on-Broker Competition
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Every seasoned mortgage broker has lost deals to other brokers. It’s just part of doing business. But a few in our profession feel it’s over the line to court another broker’s clients with better rates. They deem it okay to undercut banks, credit unions and other lenders, but somehow it’s a tacit sin to undercut another broker. When a prominent agent recently suggested otherwise, this was a fellow agent’s response to him: “F*%k you. Learn some ethics.” Fortunately, the e-bully behind that vulgarity is unrepresentative of the vast majority of civilized client-centric mortgage professionals. Yet still we see some brokers falling READ MORE