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Recent Canadian Real Estate News


Home Trust Clears the Air
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
  Rumours about the severity of fraud at Canada’s biggest non-prime lender appear to be overblown. Based on Home Trust’s assurances on yesterday’s conference call, this past month may go down as a lesson for the industry, but it won’t go down as a harbinger of systemic risk. The call revealed some interesting nuggets about how the mortgage industry operates. Here were some notable takeaways: In a Nutshell The company says the fraud it uncovered in broker files centred on “falsification of income verification documents.” “The deficiency was that some of these (job) letters had been altered,” said Home Capital Group CEO Gerald READ MORE

Home Trust Details Broker Terminations
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
For days now, investors and industry types have been impatiently waiting to hear why Home Trust terminated numerous mortgage brokers. Today we got Home’s explanation. The company said the following in a disclosure requested by the Ontario Securities Commission: 45 individual mortgage brokers were cut off (about 1% of the company’s broker relationships) The alleged reason: “Falsification of income information” (i.e., fraud, albeit the company doesn’t refer to it as such) It found no evidence of falsification of property values These shunned brokers originated $960.4 million of single-family residential mortgages in 2014, out of $7.6 billion in total Home Trust READ MORE

Optimum Mortgage
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Optimum Mortgage Position: Manager, Partner Services Location: Edmonton, Alberta Manager, Partner Services Years of experience required: 6 Licenses or registrations required: Undergraduate degree and/or equivalent experience required in Business/Management/Marketing or related field. Apply Online:    Job Description: Position Focus Grow and develop long-term, partner relationships, including the management and development of existing broker partner program. This position is an integral part in the development and successful implementation of marketing initiatives, contributing to the company’s overall growth in profitability and improved efficiency ratios.   Education Undergraduate degree and/or equivalent experience required in Business/Management/Marketing or related field.   Experience/Aptitude Minimum READ MORE

CMHC to Allow 100% of Suite Income
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
The market for houses with basement apartments is about to get a little hotter. CMHC has announced it will allow 100% of the rental income from legal secondary suites to be used when qualifying for a mortgage. Currently it allows 50%. The nation’s largest default insurer says the move is meant to “facilitate affordable housing choices for Canadians.” “Secondary rental suites are recognized as a source of affordable housing offered at a cost that is often lower than those for apartments in purpose built rental buildings,” it adds. Secondary/basement suites also give lower-income Canadians the chance to live in single-family residential READ MORE