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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Key Points from MPC’s Spring Report
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Mortgage Professionals Canada released its spring report on mortgages and housing this week. More so than in previous reports, this one was opinion-heavy on the overall affordability and sustainability of housing. MPC’s Chief Economist Will Dunning has long held that mortgage rule tightening could trip up the economy, noting that “…the greatest risk to the housing market (and consequently to the broader economy) is not reckless consumers or lenders – it is needless policy changes.” That position has been well covered by the media so we won’t belabour it here. Instead, here are four other quotes that deserve attention — this author’s feedback is in italics. ******** “Our review of housing market READ MORE

Broker Market Share – Q1 2016
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
First quarter 2016 was one of the most unexpected quarters in memory for broker channel market share. If you had to sum it up in one sentence: the largest players ceded a fat slice of the pie to smaller lenders. In fact, the top five broker lenders combined posted their lowest market share reading since we began tracking this data six years ago. Here’s a look at the reported market share for all top 10 lenders in the broker segment, as of first quarter 2016… Rank  Lender Market Share* 12 Mo Change 1 Scotiabank 14.1% -320 bps 2 First National 12.3% -30 bps 3 Home Trust 8.8% +160 READ MORE

Mortgage Career: Educators’ Financial Group
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Educators’ Financial Group Position: Mortgage Agent Location: London/Kingston/Newmarket, Ontario Apply to: pbellissimo@educatorsfinancialgroup.ca Mortgage Agent Mortgage Agent – Regional Director, Western Region – London Mortgage Agent – Regional Director, North Eastern Region – Kingston Mortgage Agent – Regional Director,  Central North – Newmarket   Educators’ Financial Group is hiring Agent – Regional Directors to grow their brand awareness and knowledge of their product offering in order to increase the number of clients and potential clients they reach within the education community including Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF/FEESO), the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) and the Elementary Teachers Federation (ETFO) employee READ MORE

Hot Markets, Let’s Keep Cool Heads
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Special to CMT, Will Dunning, Economist Once again we’re hearing chatter about overheated housing markets, and there are calls for new macro-prudential measures to reduce housing activity. This time is a little bit different, however, as there’s recognition that the heat is localized (Toronto, Vancouver and their surrounding areas). The suggestion is that the measures should be specific to those localities, as it would be unproductive to further impair other markets that are already soft. What isn’t being said is that the prior measures were effective at reducing demand, but they were counter-productive. Activity was reduced in the weakest market READ MORE