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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Borrow-Happy New Mortgagors
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
People who apply for mortgages are up to three times more likely to seek additional credit in the 12 months that follow. That stat comes from TransUnion Financial Services, which ran a study a few months back surveying U.S. mortgage applicants with a prime or better credit rating. (Side note: TransUnion didn’t report any Canadian-specific data in this survey, but it’s a fair bet that things aren’t drastically different up here.) The finding is important because “it quantitatively confirms the conventional wisdom,” said Ezra Becker, co-author of the study and senior vice president of research and consulting for TransUnion. The report also found READ MORE

Lender Call Roundup
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Second quarter earnings from Canada’s biggest non-bank lenders are now in the bag. We learned (no surprise) that improving customer retention rates continues to be a priority for at least two of the lenders, and that Home Capital is making a concerted effort to improve service levels to mortgage brokers. “Service levels are not where we think they should be for the mortgage broker, with slower turnaround times on commitments and verification of income, however, we are improving the process and momentum is picking up,” CEO Martin Reid said during the conference call. We’ve pulled all these and many more tidbits from READ MORE

A Virtual Support Team for Brokers
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
The broker business is paperwork intensive, to put it mildly. You’ve got lender approvals, provincial disclosures, service agreements, client income documents, purchase agreements, and so on and so on. Pushing all that paper can be tedious and time consuming. Anyone trying to scale their business has undoubtedly thought about how to streamline document processing and staff accordingly. That includes the founder of DocAssist, a new-ish broker service company that we came across recently. CMT has looked at document outsourcing services (like Nexsys Financial) in the past but the price was never right. With DocAssist, it’s much righter. DocAssist is essentially a virtual support team at the READ MORE

Canadian Job Creation: Estimates vs. Reality
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
By Will Dunning, Special to CMT The bottom line: Statistics Canada’s estimate that Canada lost 31,200 jobs in July is probably wrong. The agency could improve the reliability of its employment numbers by increasing the survey sample sizes, particularly in Toronto and Montreal. ***** On August 4, we were told that “Canada lost 31,200 jobs in July”. It would be much more accurate to say “Statistics Canada has estimated that Canada lost 31,200 jobs in July”. This country’s employment data comes from a sample survey, and like others (such as political opinion polls) there is a “margin of error”. The numbers produced by this READ MORE