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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Promoting Consumer Choice in Ottawa
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP) was in Ottawa twice these past four weeks. Its missions: to share mortgage market data with policy-makers, support consumer access to more mortgage options and keep issues facing mortgage brokers front and centre. CAAMP President & CEO Jim Murphy, along with Government Relations Chair Eddy Cocciollo and Chief Economist Will Dunning, met with both the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) and the Conservative Housing Caucus, where CAAMP presented its latest research and housing numbers to 20 MPs. The presentation’s message was to maintain current housing economics by avoiding further mortgage restrictions. CAAMP’s latest March 25th visit to Ottawa was READ MORE

The Latest on Street’s bank application
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Street Capital, the broker channel’s #3 lender in market share, updated the industry on its bank licence application Wednesday, essentially saying there’s not much to report. Its comments came as part of the 2014 year-end financial release from its parent company, Counsel Corp. (TSX:CXS) “We do not want our stakeholders to draw any conclusions regarding the application process from the fact that no announcement has been made regarding receipt of Letters Patent to date,” Allan Silber, Chairman and CEO of Counsel Corporation, said in the company’s release. Street Capital, which commands about 10% of the broker market (according to D+H’s latest figures), first applied to operate READ MORE

Verico Homeguard Funding Ltd.
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Verico Homeguard Funding Ltd. Position: Mortgage Underwriter Location: Newmarket, Ontario Mortgage Underwriter   Full time, salaried position 2 years+ experience 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 with private READ MORE

Broker Market Share – Q4 2014
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
We just got our paws on year-end market share data for lenders in the broker channel. One stat jumped out in big neon lights. According to D+H data obtained from a source, the mortgage broker channel funded about 25% more volume in the fourth quarter of 2014 than one year prior. That’s a massive swing. What accounts for this surge, we can only speculate. Playing at least some role is the fact that broker rates were exceptional vis-à-vis the banks. Just as notable, banks took only 33.6% of the broker market in Q4. That’s down from 51.8% three years ago, when CIBC READ MORE