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Recent Canadian Real Estate News


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

Mortgage Career: Verico Homeguard Funding Ltd.
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Verico Homeguard Funding Ltd. Position: Mortgage Underwriter Location: Newmarket, ON Apply to: Mortgage Underwriter (Full time, salaried) Experience Required: 2 years+ Licences Required: No Licence or designation required   Homeguard Funding Ltd. is a very well established and respected mortgage brokerage with over 30 years in business. We are looking for an experienced full-time mortgage underwriter to join our growing team to assist with a very large book of business.  The underwriter will be responsible for packaging applications originated by brokers and agents to our lender partners.  Experience with prime and alternative business is a must and experience READ MORE

(Non-traditionally) Regulated Lenders Grow
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
The Globe and Mail reports that “unregulated lenders” now own a 15% share of Canada’s mortgage market, according to a Finance Department memo it obtained. That sounds somewhat concerning as a layperson, doesn’t it? It sounds like Canada has some drunken, unrestrained Wild West lending going on. You can hear Joe Public thinking, “These yahoos must be selling those insidious teaser rates and doling out those NINJA (no income, no job, no assets) mortgages that sunk the U.S. market in 2008.” That’s unfortunate…because it’s not true. Right off the bat, let’s dispense with the term “unregulated” as it applies to prime mortgage lending. It’s READ MORE